BEES AT ACTEGA
All the more alarming is the fact that both the number and diversity of bees are declining worldwide. One reason for this is intensive agriculture and the associated destruction of habitats.
BEE FACTS AT ACTEGA
Dr. Maximilian von Tapavicza, Head of Competence Center & Application Development at ECOLEAF, was introduced to bees and honey by his mother, who has been a beekeeper for more than 15 years. The family keeps around 18 colonies of bees at five to six changing locations. The focus, in addition to regionality, is on a strong synergy with sustainable agriculture, with bee colonies contributing to the pollination of orchards. In addition, young beekeepers are supported with bee colonies and the necessary know-how, which also helps to expand the local beekeeping community.
If you would like to learn more about the bees at ACTEGA, please contact us.LET’S ACT!