About The Trust
The Trust was formed by Dr Eva Crane in 2002. Its aim is to advance the understanding of bees and beekeeping. Click below to read more about the Trust.Read More
Eva Crane's Papers
Without doubt Eva Crane became one of the greatest writers on bees and beekeeping in the 20th century. Access her documents which cover decades of her life.Read More
Eva Crane Trust have a bank of over 40,000 abstracts which can be searched online. This service is free to use once you have logged into the website.Read More
Eva Crane Trust have a bank of over 6,000 images which can be searched online. Our images can be viewed once you have logged into the website.Read More
Get Your Project off the Ground
Are you finding it difficult to obtain funding for your project or struggling to gain financial support for bee research? Perhaps the Eva Crane Trust can help. This grant giving trust welcomes the opportunity to support individuals and organisations in this specialised field.
I want to deeply thank Eva Crane Trust for their support and the trust placed in me and this study.
Veronica Briseño Castrejon, University of Calgary.
- Unveiling Meliponiculture: Decolonizing Maya Stingless Beekeeping in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico
Crowdsourcing honey bee waggle dance data to map the temporospatial distribution of forage availability.
Dr. Nicholas J Balfour, Univeristy of Sussex, UK.
- Crowdsourcing honey bee waggle dance data to map the temporospatial distribution of forage availability
The support provided by the Eva Crane Trust was crucial to the progress of our two-year research project, without which our goals would have been unachievable.
Prof. David Baracchi, University of Florence.
- Assessing the effects of microplastics on bee health, behaviour, and cognition.