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buzzing young minds

For the Love of Bees would love to help you imagine how your school, play centre or university could become a Biological Pollinator Sanctuary and a Regenerative Park!

We are planning a Hui, which will invite schools to discover how they can join in. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to keep up with information on this.


Who is buzzing with us?


Potential ways to collaborate

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Make a Pasture Painting!

Find a patch of grass on your grounds that could go from vacant to vibrant! Click here to see a How-To sheet! Then send us photos to share your amazing work!

Make seed balls!

These balls are super fun to make. They encase seeds with ingredients that will make them grow strong right from the get go! Click here to see a How-To sheet. Maybe you could make some for a school fundraiser....


In addition to enjoying the sessions, we love being part of the energy of the wider For the Love of Bees movement and making our contribution towards it’s important goal. This project embodies the values we want to impart to our tamariki, of kindness and kaitiakitanga (guardianship and the connection between people and the natural world). It also dovetails beautifully into the five strands of Te Whariki (the governments early childhood framework).
— Kate Gavin, Herne Bay Playcentre