Keystone engages in a multitude of networks on different topics and on the theme of beekeeping the connections run both nationally and internationally. On the national scale, Keystone was a part of setting up the Pollinators Network, together with NESFAS and Meghalaya (Northeast Slow Food & Agrobiodiversity Society). The network aims to bring together traditional indigenous knowledge on pollinators, its services and conserving pollinators habitats for maintaining biodiversity and food production in different agro-climate regions of India, especially in Northeastern states of India and in South and Southeast Asia, Africa and Mexico backed up by scientific studies and dissemination.
On the international turf, Keystone is a part of APIMONDIA, the International Federation of Beekeepers’ Associations which serves to promote scientific, ecological, social and economic apicultural development worldwide. Keystone is a Member of the Standing Committee of the Commission on Rural Development in APIMONDIA.