Some FAQ about bee pollination and why it’s important. There’s also some info on risks for bees in agricultural crops and how to avoid them.
BeeSafe is a translator. Not of languages, but of concepts and bee science. Honey bees and non-managed bees fascinate many people. On the other hand, pollinators decline and should be protected. It is often unclear what insect is a bee – beyond the honey bees. BeeSafe’s science communication services give you the information and tools to help bees. By creating new habitat, by mitigating risks or by just spreading the word.
Science communication has many facets. Gardeners may want to make their gardens pollinator friendly. School children learn about realtionships in ecosystems. Orchard growers want to know how to increase their yields. Beekeepers need to know about pests and diseases. However, information is not always accessible for everyone. BeeSafe explains, teaches, and writes. And translates – between science and general public.
Honey bee pathology
Some info on major honey bee health, their diseases and available treatments. And why honey bees need veterinarians.
Speaking about bees
If you want a short and entertaining introduction to bees, why they’re important and what you can do to help them, book me as a speaker!
The face to face approach for learning about bees: bee diversity, bee health, pollination and practical measures. Contact me to learn more.