Across the world, we see the devastating impact of intensive agriculture, pesticides and climate change on the ecosystems that support our ability to grow food. A honey bee as a major pollinator is critical for food production and human livelihoods as it directly links wild ecosystems with agricultural production systems.
Through The LACRIMA Foundation, we work with local partners to develop an understanding of how to improve the health of the bees sustainably. In doing so, we aim to make a fundamental difference to beekeeping communities globally.
A new non-profit organization that is helping to address the critical state of the health of the bees. Our main purpose is the advancement of environmental protection and improvement, focusing on the conservation and protection of honey bees by applying the ancient method of rewilding.
To transform beekeeping communities by raising people’s consciousness through a holistic approach to beekeeping and thereby reminding about the long-forgotten instincts and the true understanding of intricate interrelationships, and life processes in nature which work in such a wonderful manner.
We integrated all the available research data and based our conservation strategy on a holistic approach to beekeeping. Using the latest 3D print technology and traditional Bashkir man-made cavity log hives as the main medium of our strategy, provide the bees an opportunity to live in an undisturbed ecosystem in synergy with their seasonal rhythms. Natural nest habitat is the key aspect for preservation and renewal of health and resiliency of honey bees.
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