Native bees in Adelaide will benefit from better habitat and more food, thanks to a new project involving eight councils.
The project partners with community volunteers to build native bee hotels (BnBs) and plant native species to provide food for bees along the River Torrens Linear Park.
The project has been coordinated and delivered by:
- City of Adelaide
- Campbelltown City Council
- City of Charles Sturt
- City of Port Adelaide Enfield
- City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
- City of Tea Tree Gully
- Town of Walkerville
- City of West Torrens
- SA Water
- Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges
The Native Bee BnB Project is part of the River Torrens Recovery Project which has been delivering on-ground works to improve water quality and biodiversity along the urban River Torrens since 2014.
More information is available at this link.