Looking for investor invest of Hony Bees project SRI LANKA
The villagers of Mahawelipura have long understood the harmony shared between themselves and the wildlife. It has never been uncommon for the wild elephants to scout the border of the village, searching for food and water. However, the boundaries are frequently being over stepped, resulting in dire consequences with the destruction of cropland and even housing. We would like to develop a method to ensure the safety of the villagers in Mahawelipura from this threat received by wild elephants in the nearby jungles. We believe electric fencing to keep them at bay is cruel and harmful, and so have strived to find a more harmonic alternative. Hence, we will soon begin this project to establish a beehive farm and form an experimental ‘honey fence’ around the farm, using bee hives to keep the wild elephants away, as elephants dislike bees. Not only do the bees act as a natural deterrent but their honey can also be extracted and sold as a form of income, especially in Sri Lanka where the organic food industry is booming. Independent of the honey fencing experiment, the village will benefit from producing pure organic bee honey which is in high dement not only in Sri Lanka but all over the world.

We have found an experienced bee keeper and agricultural instructor who will provide his expertise to establish the initial bee colonies required for this project. Soon after the initial stage, we will begin our experimental honey fence project to see the effectiveness of it to deter wild elephants from attacking the farmland.

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