Wednesday, August 28, 7 pm
With Andreas Kramer, Organic Beekeeper
Fee: 9 €
Bees are in a sorry state. Especially the wild bee species are threatened with extinction. Yet butterflies, wasps and bumblebees are also endangered. Which conditions are necessary for bees, bumblebees and their relatives to feel at home in their natural habitat again, so that fruit and vegetables do not have to be pollinated by human hands, as is already the case in China? Andreas Kramer offers insights into the workings of his Bioland beekeeping business, explaining what we can do to counteract the dying of insects.
Weather permitting, the lecture will take place in the Palace Gardens.
Fee: 9 €
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