Preserving Nature. Promoting Unity. Protecting Our Future.
Begun in Cologne, Germany, in 2018, Bees for Peace was awarded recognition as an “official project of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity.”
We all share life on this earth, we all feed from its flowers and fruits and we all depend on the creatures that make this abundance possible. This is the common ground we all share. Let’s collaborate in preserving it!
Bees for Peace creates native plant gardens at diverse settings for the native bees (and other creatures) that pollinate our fruits, vegetables and flowers.
In addition to other activities, Bees for Peace seeks to establish blooming feeding sites for bees and other pollinators on the grounds of schools, community centres, houses of worship and other locations. These feeding sites form a “peace network,” as bees unite different communities through cross-pollination.
Bees for Peace thus strives to create and preserve the common ground, both ecologically and socially, that we all share.