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Tabling Program Kit


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Interested in helping spread the word about native bees? Help us reach your community and pay yourself for your time! See description and instructions below.

42% off retail pricing!




About the program:

Through your help, we can reach other gardeners and home owners in your community to learn about native hole-nesting bees. Your booth at your local Farmers Market introduces these awesome native pollinators to more people. 

You get products at wholesale prices that you'd normally find in a nursery or store. Sell as much as you'd like and refill as often as you need. Our brochures and signage will attract people and peak their curiosity. Out of everyone there, you ARE the local native bee expert. Don't worry about knowing everything... point them to our website to learn more!

What's in the bundle:

- 1 case of BeeHaven houses with leafcutter bee certificates (12 each in case)

- 6 Leafcutter bee certificates for 50 leafcutter bees that are mailed

- 1 Chalet house

- 6: 6mm tubes (50 tubes in each box)

- 1: 104-hole leafcutter wood tray

- 6 Invitabee Leafcutter bee attractant

- 6 Native Bee Guide booklets

- 50 brochures on Discover Native Hive-less Bees


Rather than require a business license, by selling our products in your state, you agree to pay your appropriate taxes to your community and state.

You are the local native bee expert at your Farmer's Market. Read up our Learn section prior to selling!

To get started, buy this bundle now. We'll send you a file for a banner that you can print out at a local print shop. When you want to reorder, send us an email and we'll provide you an order form for refilling what you sold.


Tips from Heather, one of our first bee advocates who sells at Farmers Markets in Indiana:

Educate yourself first. Read through our Learn section on our website and familiarize yourself with the products and how to use them. Understand "why" you need them as well.

Obtain a booth space from your local market. Print out a picture of a native bee. Have examples of a spent cocoon, common bee pests, and other interesting things you've found in your bee house.

Educate your new customers. Be patient. The people that bought most often purchased a Native Bee Guide booklet first, and were told to read up, find out what they wanted, and then come back next week.

Heather found that most people ask these questions:

  1. How do I get rid of a bee in my yard?
  2. How do I start raising honey bees?
  3. I know about native bees, can you teach me more?

Have a small story prepared for each question.

  1. Most people associate wasps and hornets with bees. Bees are vegetarians, wasps are meat eaters. Each play a role in a thriving ecology.
  2. Honey bees reduce populations of native bees by about 81% through competiton for nectar and pollen and spreading their diseases. While awesome honey-making insects, they are not great pollinators like the bees you are selling.
  3. Everything you need to know about native bees is on our website!

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