The Engutana Beekeepers are a group of 8 local farmers locally organized to produce honey and saving money for their project. They started with local beehives in the forest, but they the local wildlife – monkeys – destroyed them before they could be used by the bees. They then asked the local government to give them some land: they now have a 700 m2 garden with fruit trees, with river on the southern side. They plan to plant flowers around the garden, and they also intend to attend some training on modern beekeeping technologies and organic farming around the beehives, that they received as a donation from the government. The product they produce (fruit, honey) are for sell to get income to improve the production quality and quantity through trainings and experience sharing.