Our supporters

A compilation of BeeGAP supporters:


Creative Woodcraft
Creative Woodcraft is the parent brand of BeeGAP - responsible for the design and manufacturing of these wonderful pollinator habitats. Founded by Ian in 2015, CW has worked with BeeGAP to spread a critical message and help create a social movement like no other.

Creative Woodcraft

Farmlands co-operative
Farmlands is New Zealand's largest farmer owner co-operative. Established more than 50 years ago with the specific intention of providing competition in the retail farm supply industry to reduce farmers' input costs, Farmlands are a great supporter of BeeGAP’s pollination range.

Proudly sold through Farmlands co-operative

New World
With a strong provincial presence throughout New Zealand, New World is committed to being a positive force in local communities. With more than 136 stores nationwide, New World is proud to support the importance of bees, and has rolled out a national campaign focused on donating bee habitats to local schools. The campaign has seen 250 schools benefit from New World franchises across the country, and is set to make a huge difference to the next generation.

New World

Oderings Garden Centres
With a family history spanning 87 years and 10 store locations nationwide, Oderings Garden Centres have become an integral part of New Zealands growing landscape design environment and are proud to support BeeGAP’s wide range of pollination products.

Oderings Garden Centres

NZ Bumble Bee Conservation Trust
Promoting the conservation and long term future of bumblebees in NZ, increasing the knowledge of our communities about the high-value of bumblebees and how their pollination services contribute significantly to our economy are just some of the reasons the NZ Bumblebee Conservation Trust exist. Creative Woodcraft, in association with BeeGAP, are mighty proud to be a corporate sponsor of such a wonderful Conservation Trust.

NZ Bumble Bee Conservation Trust

Pollinator Pathways
Pollinator Paths is a new movement that aims to connect Auckland's parks and reserves together to make pollination pathways. These pathways will help bring crucial pollinators into our urban areas to enable our growing urban food network thrive, such as the wonderful pollinators and products promoted by BeeGAP.

Pollinator Pathways