Jackson Rowe Sponsors a Beehive

6 December 2022

Bees play a vital part in maintaining our planet by preserving the ecological balance and biodiversity of nature – put simply we cannot live without them. They pollinate the food we grow with 90% of wild plants and 75% of leading global crops depending on animal pollination.

But sadly bees are declining on a global scale as they face multiple threats from loss of habitat, climate change, parasites/disease and invasive species.

This led to West Sussex based SW Honey Farms introducing a scheme to increase the number of hives through business sponsorship and Jackson Rowe is delighted to be participating.

In fact, we are buzzing at bee-coming involved but there’s no sting in this tail, just a lovely new home for a honeybee, sponsored by Jackson Rowe.



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