I am currently writing a book about honeybees, which will include tools for new beekeepers, perspectives on beekeeping from the field, and an organizing tool cultivated from a long learning relationship with honeybees called “Decolonize the Hive”.
“Decolonize the Hive” reimagines change making work through the lens of the honeybee hive, a social super-organism.
At a time in our history full of uncertainty, building interdependence and community resilience is crucial; we can examine the honeybee hive to guide our practice.
“Decolonize the Hive” assesses the ways the honeybees engage in systems thinking, community collaboration, and social decision making.
“Decolonize the Hive” uses mapping tools inspired by the hive to explore how we think/act within our communities and how we can share resources to be more engaged social decision makers, organizers and community members.
More details coming soon.