Beekeepers: The new guardians of the new protected area of Mount Namuli!

Beneficiaries from the Mount Namuli communities received a 4 day training in beekeeping

The Legado Namuli project has just trained twenty traditional beekeepers in sustainable honey production and harvesting techniques to preserve standing forests and provide alternative livelihoods.
Indeed, it should be recalled that unsustainable harvesting practices of honey from wild bees result in the physical destruction of colonies, as well as trees and potentially the surrounding forest.
At the end of the training, the beekeepers joined the ranks of the guardians of Mount Namuli by protecting their hives from fire and keeping these old trees standing.
At the same time, Nitidæ is actively working with the honey company Agri-Mel to market this new sustainable production.

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