PRESERVING BEES AND OTHER INSECTS
Bees and other insects lose their natural habitats! Social, public and economic actions go hand in hand with responsibility. At the Avantis business park, a project for the insect- and bee-friendly management of green spaces has been started to preserve and promote biodiversity.
In 2018, suitable native wildflower mixtures were sown on an area of 6,000 m², another 6,500 m² followed in 2019. In cooperation with the Aachen beekeeper Geller, a total of 24 bee colonies were set up at the business park, which have now produced the first honey.
The Avantis honey is already there and you can try it out: http://www.imkerei-geller.de/.
In addition, as part of the project, the company Hexenland Biene UG has temporarily rented a total of 43,000 m² to create bee pastures and flower meadows. Avantis will continue to manage the fields already planted with perennial flowers in a bee-friendly manner also after the end of the tenancy agreement.
Three years after the start of the project, the first results are visible: seasonally magnificent flower pastures and a high diversity of different insect species. If you are one of the companies located in the Avantis business park and are interested in the project, please do not hesitate to contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +49 (0) 241 93 600). We would be more than happy to help you further!