In Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, a beekeeping foundation has been set-up to use the apiary and beekeeping as an educational resource teaching children and adults about the process of making honey, but above all – the importance of bees. The beekeeping foundation now has access to a location at the Capitol Musical Theater in Wroclaw where they are able to keep hives and provide educational sessions. The bees are only a starting point in the discussion about the role and structure of the city as such. The harmony between man and nature in a modern metropolis and, above all, the location of the apiary in the center makes it easier to break through mental barriers concerning the function of urban space.
Biodiversity: preserving and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity;
Sustainable food: from "farm to fork": a fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food system
Biodiversity: preserving and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
- City and peri-urban
- Non-profit organisation (i.e. pursues a particular social cause, e.g. schools, foundations, social movement)
Providing knowledge transfer / advisory / education services;
- Providing knowledge transfer / advisory / education services
- Raising awareness and/or political agenda-setting
- Showcasing and/or demonstrating practices
This initiative is adapted from the FoodSHIFT 2030 project, ©2022 (EU H2020 project FoodSHIFT 2030) https://foodshift2030.eu/innovators/
This initiative is self-reported and not identified by the SHARED GREEN DEAL Consortium
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