A Workshop Series in the European Union
Location: Your Local Setting
Languages: English & German
Free of Charge
4 Countries. 2 Target Groups. 8 Local Workshops.
Why Pollinating Projects?
Pollination is connected to everything around us. We need insects, birds and other pollinators to safeguard healthy habitats and to secure humanity’s wellbeing. Pollinating Projects’ aim is to engage beekeepers and young citizens across the EU to become active for pollinators.
Capacity-Building: The basics of pollinator conservation
Show yourself! Presentation of your initiative
Finding the project’s link to pollinators: Practical actions to incorporate into your projects
Project management basics & funding opportunities
1. Beekeeping Initiatives
2. Youth-led Initiatives
Youth is defined as under the age of 30 years.
Start: June 20th 2021
End: August 6th 2021
June 18th – June 28th 2021
June 29th – July 3rd, 2021
July 4th – July 14, 2021
July 15th – July 30th
Online-Training for Beekeepers
Why should you join?
Beekeepers from all over Europe will meet for two afternoons to explore their potential as ambassadors for all pollinators. We will teach wild pollinator protection, come up with activities and share our perspectives on sustainable beekeeping. You will learn how to keep bees sustainably and ethically while keeping the wellbeing of all pollinators in mind.
Beekeepers from all EU countries
Dates & Location
Dates: October 2nd & 3rd, 2021, 10:00 – 14:00 CET
What will happen?
The project leader, Nadine Schuller, will bike to your location to host a half-day workshop on pollinator conservation together with you and your community.
Who can participate?
24 beekeepers from all EU Member states
When and Where?
Dates: October 2nd & 3rd 2021, 10:00 – 14:00 CET
This project is funded by the European Union
Impact Hub Vienna
Get in touch to have questions answered and to get inspired!
Phone & Whatsapp: +43664/8232142