The Hive Collective

Play Your Part in Helping Nature

Nature is struggling but it is not too late to make a difference. When you join the Hive Collective, you become an important part of the green recovery. With the climate emergency ever-threatening, we know that rising temperatures is going to impact life as we know it. Animals are becoming extinct, insects are disappearing and our oceans are heating up. We need to halt the destruction of nature and to learn to love our planet.

In addition to spreading the joy of nature ever outwards, our intent is to offer employment to nature enthusiasts. Yes, we are creating GREEN JOBS within administration, for writers/artists and for those involved in practical field studies. In time, we will be able to offer practical experience for all who wish to roll up their sleeves making the environment perfect for nature to thrive and survive.

The Hive Collective Means Together We Are Strong

We are based in Britain but we campaign for the interest of animals and the environment across the globe. Here in Britain, we must face the realisation that our country is the most nature-depleted within Europe. Let that sink in for just a moment. We believe that the more people learn about nature, the greater the desire to protect it.

Membership includes:

Wild Insights magazine and Enviro-Veritas Newspaper

Free Training Courses

We will provide some training courses for free and others will be discounted to members. We will cover many aspects of wildlife and conservation so you can learn and embrace the joys of wildlife. We can and will make a difference together.

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Monthly Newsletter

We send you a members-only newsletter each month and it is crammed full of content to help you adopt green practices, to learn how to help your local wildlife as well as to protect through our campaigns. We will keep you up-to-date with the latest news and you can enjoy expert interviews too. Want to go green? We have all the hints and tips that you need.

Content includes: sustainable living, recycling, conservation news, organic gardening and so much more.

We must lobby the Government to do more and to take action in any way we can. This means discussing nature with those around you, signing petitions or, participating in a practical way to restore nature and to conserve wildlife. You can do as much or as little as you want but we hope you will love our membership.

Eco Hive and the Hive Collective will be run as a green initiative by founder Annette J Beveridge who has an established online presence as an author and editor ( Annette is a dedicated conservationist with years of experience as a wildlife enthusiast. As the Hive Collective builds, our aim is to employ nature lovers to help us campaign and fight to save and create safe places for nature to exist. The aim is that we can all enjoy these wonderful green spaces.

Please join us today. Your support means everything.

Pay £4.95 a month.

Want to save money? Opt for our annual membership.

Pay £39 now for an annual membership

We do not have charity status but we have an abundance of charitable intent as well as a lot of steely determination. This means that of the money received through our membership scheme – 50% will be dedicated towards wildlife, conservation or, for land purchase for nature. The latter will be our goal as our membership continues to grow. The remaining 50% is for administration, writers, research, training materials, and content etc.

Your input, your dedication and your determination can help us to really make a difference.

Sign up and cancel at any time. Please note that your membership will end at the end of the period you have paid for. Note that unless we hear from you or you cancel your membership, the fees are taken on a recurring basis. You can cancel directly through PayPal or, simply email us: We offer a transparent service.

Not ready to sign up for membership yet? That’s ok. Why not try one issue of our quarterly magazine HERE.

Current Vacancies

We are looking for writers. Find out more here.