The Founders of The Dublin Honey Project are Dublin natives Kieran Harnett and Gearóid Carvill. Kieran, a photographer, and architect Gearóid first met through their involvement in South Studios, a creative space in Dublin’s Blackpitts. This collaborative environment motivated them to work together as beekeepers, and to form the Dublin Honey Project as a means of educating the public about the extraordinary health boosting benefits of raw local honey. Raw honey contains over 60 known beneficial natural ingredients such as amino acids, proteins, enzymes and complex carbohydrates.
Together they understand the role of food producers as educators and are committed to raising awareness of the plight of the humble honey bee - the world’s most important pollinator.
Through their work with their millions of bees Kieran and Gearoid believe they are directly supporting the environment and biodiversity by helping these tiny, yet industrious, creatures. They want to encourage others to understand the value of beekeeping as an ancient indigenous craft.