Brooklyn Rooftops Breed Bees To Revamp New York’s Ecosystem

Brooklyn Rooftops Breed Bees To Revamp New York’s Ecosystem
Innovation

Brooklyn Grange is attempting to replenish the dwindling pollinating insect population.

Eveliina Nieminen
  • 16 april 2012

Brooklyn Grange, a commercial organic farm located on New York City rooftops, will soon help to restore the ecosystem again by launching a bee breeding operation. The Brooklyn Grange Apiary project includes an apprenticeship program that mentors dozens of enthusiastic urban beekeepers that get to host their own hives and train future beekeepers the following year.

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