Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change

by Fundacion El Buen Socio Te Apoya, A.C.
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change
Helping 200 beekepers adapt to climate change

Dear friends and supporters,

 

Unfortunately, we haven't been able to obtain the minimum necessary resources to ensure the operation of the project for the months to come. Thus, we have to pause it... for now!

 

We are hoping we will be able to access more steady and secured funding soon so we can reactivate our activities and continue fighting against climate change while improving the producer's livelihoods! The people we have helped are ver moved by your generosity, and will continue working hard in their apiaries to produce excellent quality honey to find clients who value their efforts.

 

Thank all of you for your kind support throughout these years/months. Nothing would've been possible without you!

 

With much love,

 

El Buen Socio's team.

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Dear supporters,

Finally, we were able to deliver the so promised beekeeping materials to our producers! They received a handfull of things, from beehives to mobile honey extraction halls, all in order for them to be able to produce better and more honey this season. 

We still don't know how things are going to go in terms of volume of honey harvested, nor market prices and thus family income, but we are hopeful that this season will be better than last one.

None of this would be possible without you! Thank you, as always, for supporting our project.

 

Sincerely,

El Buen Socio's team.

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Dear supporters,

 

Happy New Year!

 

As you probably already know, freight costs have been rising non stop ever since the Covid-19 pandemic started. Thus, we are having a hard time finding a transportation company with reasonable costs to take the beekeeping materials from Aguascalientes, where our supplier is located, to Chiapas, where our beekeepers live. So far, we have only impossibly expensive options that we can't afford.

We'll keep looking, hoping we can find something soon and stop delaying the material delivery. Otherwise, we will have to invent our own logistics service provider and maybe cross the country with our friends and their cars to take the materials ourselves ;)

 

We will keep you posted!

 

Kindly,

 

El Buen Socio's team.

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Dear project's supporters,

 

It's that time of the year when amost all honey harvests are over, and the beekeepers need to renew their working tools and materials. Either because they are organic certified and to keep this status they need better working tools, or because they are in the process of getting the certification, we are helping them get (almost) everything they need for their beekeeping to be as good as it can.

 

It is thanks to you that we can support them, and help them become better and more climate-resilient honey producers!

 

Thank you for being here with us!

 

Kindly,

El Buen Socio's team and the beekeepers.

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The honey season is here and our beekeepers are kept busy. Some of them have started harvesting some honey, and others are preparing for it very soon. Either way, workload is heavy around these darys, both for bees and its keepers!

We are hoping this season will be good and there'll be plenty of honey to keep our mouth fulls and buyers happy! Also, there hasn't been any climate related events so far, but in many parts of Mexico it's rain season and anything can happen (if it rains a lot or if it doesn't rain at all!).

Thank you as always for your support!

Firendly reminder: When you go buy your fresh honey, don't forget to buy certified honey from smallscale producers in order to support these hardworking families whose income depend on our smart choices!

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Fundacion El Buen Socio Te Apoya, A.C.

Location: Mexico City - Mexico
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Project Leader:
Maria Luisa Chavez
Mexico City, Mexico

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