Bees Over Badgers

We are going to Kenya to build fences to protect rural beehives from honey badgers.
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$21,532USD
raised of $20,000 goal
108%
0 time left
This campaign started on Nov 24 and closed on December 25, 2012 (11:59pm PT).
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Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on December 25, 2012
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  • $5USD
    Name a bee

    Name one of our bees and receive a photo of your bee with her busy sisters, and our thanks!

    5 claimed

  • $10USD
    Name a Queen bee

    Name one of our Queen bees and receive a photo of your bee with her busy sisters and daughters, and our thanks!

    17 claimed

  • $25USD
    Name a hive

    Name one of the hives we donate to rural Samburu beekeepers, and receive a picture of your hive in its new home in Kenya, along with our sincere thanks!

    36 claimed

  • $50USD
    Honey!

    Receive an 8 oz jar of Andrew's delicious raw wildflower honey from Westchester, NY as a thank you for your generous donation.

    23 out of 300 claimed

  • $100USD
    Honey from Kenya!

    Receive an exclusive jar of honey from one of the hives we help set up in rural Kenyan villages.

    40 out of 50 claimed

  • $500USD
    Apitherapy consultation

    Receive an exclusive consultation with one of our volunteers, BJ Fredricks, an apitherapy expert and Brooklyn Beekeeper.

    Estimated delivery: October 2013

    2 out of 15 claimed

  • $1,000USD
    Tour a hive in NYC

    Exclusive signed copy of a photo book from the trip, with a written letter of thanks, AND Exclusive tour for two of NYC rooftop beehives with bee expert Andrew Cote. Andrew has been working with bees for 30 years and has ~ 40 hives throughout New York City. Learn about hive dynamics and honey production in the Big Apple while enjoying spectacular views of the skyline!

    4 claimed

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