KKL-JNF has been assisting beekeepers for many years and has been contributing to the survival of bees by planting nectar-rich plants all over Israel and providing farmers with nectar-producing trees for planting on their own.
At the 23rd Beekeepers Conference, which took place at the Agricultural Research Organization (ARO) in Beit Dagan, eight KKL-JNF employees were awarded certificates of appreciation for their work in this field.
Bees have a crucial function in the ecosystem by being responsible for the pollination of flowers in natural and cultivated areas. The danger of honeybee extinction, which has been impending, is troubling everyone who cares about our world, not only beekeepers and consumers partial to honey.
KKL-JNF has been assisting beekeepers for many years. At the 23rd Beekeepers Conference honoring the late Brig. Gen. Zorik Lev, eight KKL-JNF employees were awarded certificates of appreciation for their work in producing and planting nectar-rich saplings for promoting pollination and reinforcing apiculture.
Cherkesky – Director of the Gilat Tree Nursery in the Southern Region, who wrote and photographed the book Nectar-Rich Garden Plants for Bees in conjunction with Sima Kagan.
Efi Naim – Director of the Hula Lake Park in the Northern Region.
Agronomist Hiruy Amare – Director of the Golani Nursery in the Northern Region.
Agronomist Aviv Eisenband – Director of the Forestry and Development Department in the Forestry Division. One of his jobs has been supervising the Seeds and Saplings Section and the Acclimatization and Hybridization Section.
Agronomist Hagai Yablovich – Director of the Seeds and Saplings Section in the Forestry Division.
Ahuva Daniel – Deputy Director of the Eshtaol Nursery in the Central Region.
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