Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Honeybees are transforming the lives of mangrove farmers in Viet Nam – here’s how

By branching out into beekeeping, farmers are also helping to restore threatened mangrove forests. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Vietnamese farmer Vu Tan Suu with his growing colony of honeybees. Image: UNDP/Nguyen Viet Nghi
Bees and other pollinators increase food production and protect fragile ecosystems. Image: United Nations FAO
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