Apifaune 46: Development of agricultural practices good for little wild fauna and pollinators

March 30, 2019 FACE

To improve farmers awareness about little wild fauna and pollinators by proposing bee-faunistic arrangement adapted to their production system (honey plants fallows). To test on practices and techniques (interculture shelter, alfalfa differentiated management). To create a semi natural habitats network for little wild fauna and pollinators.

Country: France
Starting date:
Species characteristics: Abundant species
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife, Communication, Enforcement
Leading partners: Fédération Départementale des Chasseurs de Lot et Garonne (http://www.chasseurs47.com/)Fédérations des chasseurs de Midi-Pyrénées (http://www.chasse-nature-midipyrenees.fr/)Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage (http://www.oncfs.gouv.fr/)Chambre d'Agriculture du Lot (http://www.lot.chambagri.fr/)La Ruche du Quercy (http://www.larucheduquercy.fr/content/ruche-du-quercy/general/frontpage)


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