Honey Highway invites everyone to participate in creating a Netherlands with more biodiversity for bees. Curious about the possibilities? Read more below and get inspired.


As a company, you can help build the Honey Highway throughout the Netherlands. You can become the owner of at least 10,000 m2 of wildflower sea. Or build your own bee park. There are also all kinds of events you can organise with us: inspiration events at our location on the Op Hodenpijl estate, but also at your own location.

private individuals

In your garden or roadside near your home, you can sow annual Honey Highway organic flower seeds. They are 10 varieties of wildflowers, suitable for any soil type. Sowing instructions are on the packaging. You can sow from mid-April to mid-October. The price is € 5 per bag (10 grams for 10m2). The varieties are Borage, Leaf Grammas, Buckwheat, Dill, Marigold, Cumin, Cornflower, Coriander, Phacelia, White Mustard.

You can also sow civil (dis)obedience. Please read how to do this effectively.

In addition, you can support Honey Highway financially and we are open to volunteers.

Photo: Municipality of Rotterdam, Burg. van Walsumweg Honey Highway. On the initiative of people who live in the heart of Rotterdam, the Burg. van Walsumweg Honey Highway.

schoolchildren and students

Sign up your children’s or grandchildren’s school for Practical Lessons Save the Bee. Get the teacher excited and we will visit with flower seeds, bee combs and make it an experience for all groups about what wild flowers and bees are and what you can do. As some quid pro quo from the school headmaster, we ask if he will also sow a strip around the school with the children. Practical lesson Save the Bee is given thanks to the support of a large group of entrepreneurs who also want more biodiversity in the Netherlands.

Photo: 300 primary school children sow on the Delflandse Dijk for the Bees.

start your own project

Honey Highway is a small organisation and wants to focus – for as much impact as possible – mainly on large-scale projects with a large surface area (> 4000 m2). This is the only way to ensure that we make metres. So if, besides civil disobedience and self-sowing, you have a concrete project we can help the bees with, please contact us.

Unfortunately, as a smaller organisation, we are not always able to follow up on all emails and phone calls in a timely manner. For this, we would like to ask for some understanding.

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