We are really happy to have brought the community into the quarry, thanks to the help of the bees, the real protagonist of our project.

Bees helped us to discover that inside the quarry there is a great biodiversity, an active nature in spite of human activity.
on July 19th we hosted beekeepers, adults and children and we were happy to talk about how honey bees and solitary bees are important for the conservation of biodiversity in an environment.
Our project is also an experiment to see if these useful insects (important bioindicators!) Are well located near an extractive site.
Our observations seem positive!

So...continue to follow us! We will shortly publish a video about this day dedicated to teaching and the community!
Stay Tuned!!