In an effort to support local communities with their environmental initiatives, Nightingale is sponsoring the largest Urban Beehive Project in Canada. A local task force comprised of community leaders, local architects and designers from Charlottetown will unveil this environmental initiative. This is the first beehive structure specifically designed to be placed in a public park, featured to protect honey bees as well as produce local honey. The giant beehive will be making a vibrant presence to local residents and businesses. The structure is the first of several that will house beehives as part of the Urban Beehive Project, created by architects Murray and Stojak. The bees will arrive next week. Locals are free to check the structures out, but the grand opening with both structures will be in mid-August. The honey made by the bees will be donated to the food bank and soup kitchen. “We are an agriculture based country, and as such we rely heavily on the wellbeing of bees as they pollinate our crops from Coast to Coast”, say Egon Szenttamasy, VP of Sales in Canada. Nightingale is proud to be an environmentally friendly manufacturer, and a sponsor and supporter of green initiatives across the globe.