Bee Keeping

Honey bees can pollinate apple blossom
Honey bees can pollinate apple blossom

Human hunter-gatherers work with bird species to find wild honey, and keeping bees is also a very ancient skill. However, did you know that about 30% of human food crops benefit from pollinating insects?

Due to problems affecting honey bees, together with appreciation of the importance of pollination as a support service for natural systems, there is much current research on bees. Naturalliance intends to keep you up to date with the findings and with new approaches to benefit bee-keeping and wild pollinators.

BEST PRACTICE. Habitat restoration and employment through urban bee-keeping in Copenhagen.

PRODUCTION. Naturalliance intends to help bee keepers and wild pollinators be as productive as possible.

PROBLEM-SOLVING. Links to sites with the best information on what is harmful to bees.

MAPPING. Widespread habitat mapping could be used to predict the most productive areas to site hives.

Please REGISTER, to help us help you to:

• Promote the restoration of natural flowers and shelter for pollinating insects;
• Encourage gardening that provides a long and productive foraging season for bees;
• Keep bees and wild pollinators as safe as possible from harm caused by humans.

When you register, you can complete our SURVEY to tell us what information you would most like.

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