Transform your environment to protect pollinating insects

For 5000 years, humans and bees have co-evolved and the survival of our two species has been intimately linked: human activities can impact bee populations and the pollination of our crops depends on their health.

Indeed, through their foraging activities, domestic and wild bees contribute to the pollination of 80% of flowering plant species. According to INRAE, the pollination of crops represents each year 9.5% of the all world food production value, or 153 billion euros! If pollinators disappear, there would be no more production of seeds and fruits essential to our diet.

Beyond the purely food and economic aspects, the protection of pollinators represents a major stake to preserve the biodiversity of our planet.

Therefore, in partnership with the applied ecology design office EFIKOS, we offer to assist you in your policy to protect pollinators. This personalized support can include all or part of the following achievements:

Initial state of biodiversity: inventory of floral resources, mapping of habitats, identification of wild bees, study of ecological continuity, etc.:
This new service completes our basic offer around the honeybee. It thus makes it possible to consider our impact on the environment in a more global way and to carry out concrete actions for the safeguard of nature.
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