Learn about Arkearth's core mission of saving bees and pollinators while helping beekeepers, community gardens, and urban farms.
MISSION & HISTORY.
Arkearth was launched in 2021 as a creative effort to save honeybees, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths, bats, and other pollinating species via a series of sustainable projects we call "Pollination Accelerators".
Each project is conceived and deployed with the local environment in mind as well as the mission to help community gardens and urban farms increase plantlife and food output per location. In fact, Arkearth's projects can increase crop success from 16-30% at most locations.
For public parks and centers, we work in concert with local organizations to create educational content and interactive digital learning experiences for students and visitors.
For corporate headquarters, hotels, and resorts, we provide help with honey production and immersive nature experiences for employees, visitors, and guests. Arkearth also consults for construction on renovations and new build-outs to incorporate environmental benefits in line with the United Nations ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance) directives. We have participated in several conferences including EarthX, ECapital, Toronto's Collision, and Startup Global Silicon Valley.
We offer several features in our pollination accelerators including:
Wildflower borders and cut flowers
Educational tools to help explain the importance of pollination
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Saving Pollinators One Bee At A Time
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We are currently establishing a list of environmental organizations, corporate sponsors, and other invested partners we are planning and working with.