THE NAVAJO BEE PROJECT CLEANS UP URANIUM MINES
Organized by: Joseph Chinnock
We've successfully gifted over fifty hives during the first phase of our project and are moving to the second phase: Cleaning Up Radioactivity and Toxic Waste on three defunct uranium mines that poison children playing within a hundred yards of the mines. We were able to gift over fifty hives in Phase One and are focusing on using bees and mushroom mycelium to clean up radioactivity and toxicty on three mines. This will be the first time Paul Stamet's protocol for Fukushima is put into effect and we need your help to prove proof of concept and show that simply moving the waste around isn't the solution. Please donate whatever you can. We ned to buy nine honyebee hives, a dozen bat houses, suits for a dozen Navajo beekeepers and mushroom mycelium that thrive on Cesium 137. We also need to pay for the mushroom mycelium that bioaccumulate the radiaoctivity and the cost to incernerate then and encase them in glass. We only have a month left in the season so are having a fire sale for supporters. Get a T Shirt for $25, Honey for $25, a blessing ceremony for $108, and sponosor an entire mine for $1,750. Anyone who donates over $500 will be invited as our guest to an Intertribal Gathering as the guest of our Navajo board member. Please donate what you can. Walk in Beauty!