Who We Are

We are a group of college, high school, and middle school students from Western Washington who are passionate about the environment and saving the rapidly declining bee population. Growing up, our founder, Adithi, would make homemade terrariums out of old spinach boxes. One day, Adithi left the box with the soil and moss she had filled it with outside in the backyard overnight. When she returned, she was amazed to see how many new critters had inhabited her makeshift home. Since then, Adithi has always striven to make her environment a home for some of its most threatened residents: bees. Through BEEducated, Adithi is working with her community to make the world a safe-haven for her beloved pollinators. 

We began our journey by planting a sustainable pollinator garden at Ebright Park with Washington Native Plant Stewards. From there, we created a launch kit with a list of steps and resources that would help other schools plant pollinator gardens at their own schools. 



BEEducated is a youth-driven organization combating the harmful environmental and economic impacts of Colony Collapse Disorder on the global bee population. Our efforts are focused on raising awareness about the pollinator crisis through our app, research, and outreach. Unfortunately, the bee population has declined by over 3.5 million since 1947. Our mission is to empower youth to work with their communities to help bees thrive once again. 



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