DEKRA as partner of the BioBienenApfel project in Germany
DEKRA Lausitzring: Supposedly marginal areas provide habitat for bees
For just over a year DEKRA in Germany has been a partner in the newly launched BioBienenApfel society project, which is committed to protecting nature and biodiversity. At the DEKRA Lausitzring in Brandenburg, Germany, four acres (16,500 square meters) of bee meadow were in full bloom for the first time this spring and summer – they had been sown last fall and winter as a habitat for wild and honeybees.
- Four acres of bee meadow at the site in full bloom for the first time
- Plant species specifically selected for wild bees and own bee colonies
- Kutschera: “The sum of many small steps makes the difference”
DEKRA has been a partner of BioBienenApfel in Germany since the project was launched in April 2022. The initiative, which originates from the Austrian fruit and vegetable producer Frutura, aims to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity for the future of our planet, to strengthen regional producers for an agriculture 2.0 and thus to increase sustainable self-sufficiency with fruits and vegetables. Everyone can participate – whether private individuals, cities and communities, public institutions or companies.