One of our current programs for remote landscapes/ ecosystems integrates log hives to bio-mimic arboreal cavities (dendro-micro ecosystems). It is an innovative tool for field research and assessments of local pollinator communities/ assemblages. Self-populating log hives allow monitoring of endemic populations of wild honeybees and allow for easy access for observation, sampling, and other research objectives.
We are interested in collaborating with diverse stakeholders on a multi- disciplinary level. Conservationists have been relatively slow to consider how to move beyond static native/non-native classifications as part of conservation adaptation to climate change. By starting with the overlooked middle ground between native and non-native, and initiating cross-border academic-practitioner debate on this topic, Apis Arborea is promoting a rethinking of conservation adaptation.
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