Airports Use Extra Greenspace for Beekeeping
Last year, Canadian Aeroports de Montreal became the latest corporation to install beehives on its airport fields. The movement of beekeeping on airport green space is becoming quite common as airports flaunt green credentials by using space that can't be built upon for beehives. The bees do well with the influx of people to care for them, the diversity of flowers and the lack of agricultural pesticides. Hamburg Airport in Germany was the first to adapt the idea in 1999.
By Jordan Moses
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