You can place bees at needy locations at (CSAs, Community gardens, etc.)

For every hundred dollars of direct adoption or sponsorship a hive will be placed at worthy location already identified and waiting for sponsorship. Please review the sponsorship location page.

Adoption $150
Adopt-A-Hive with HONEY 2012
$150
*You name your adopted hive, the hive labeled with your chosen name (and your name) will be placed at an organic CSA farm, educational center, or other deserving place found by Hive-At-Your-Home.
*You name the queen and receive adopted 2012 hive updates with photos.
*You will receive both a jar of RAW, untreated honey and a piece of cut comb (from “your” hive as long as there is enough for bees to overwinter.)
*You have the first right of purchase of 50% of the honey harvested (split with the location’s right to purchase) from “your” hive at 50% of retail value

Adopt-A-Hive 2012
$100
*You name your adopted hive, the hive labeled with your chosen name (and your name) will be placed at an organic CSA farm, educational center, or other deserving place found by Hive-At-Your-Home.
*You name the queen and receive adopted 2012 hive updates with photos.

muth
Partial Hive Sponsorship With HONEY 2012
$50
*You will receive a 1lb beautiful old fashion muth jar of RAW, untreated honey from a sponsored hive. (You choose May or September harvest.)
*Receive sponsored hive 2012 updates with photos.

Partial Hive Sponsorship 2012
Partial sponsorships can be for ANY amount.
*Receive sponsored hive 2012 updates with photos.

E-mail contact:HiveAtYourHome
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