Legacy is about life and living. It's about learning from the past, living in the present, and building for the future.
Where do you think it's best to plant a young tree: a clearing in an old-growth forest or an open field? Ecologists tell us that a young tree grows better when it's planted in an area with older trees. The reason, it seems, is that the roots of the young tree are able to follow the pathways created by former trees and implant themselves more deeply.
Over time, the roots of many trees may actually graft themselves to one another, creating an intricate, terdependent foundation hidden under the ground. In this way, stronger trees share resources with weaker ones so that the whole forest becomes healthier. That's legacy: an interconnection across time, with a need for those who have come before us and a responsibility to those who come after us.
We completely relate to legacy. Our goal is to leave a trail to our future, share values that nature gave us, and create a sustainable future that is accessible for everyone.
As beekeeping has no attention in technology and social growth, even it is known for years about the benefits that honey bees provide for humans, opportunities to make an impact in this industry are limitless.
Long-term work commitment in manufacturing, queen bee selection center, bee colony production, and also many prototype stages gave the result as Beeamond multifunctional system that is now available worldwide for conventional uses.
With participation in ecological movement, the invention can be involved in green cities projects, that raise awareness of beneficial content caused by reconnecting to nature.