The Stura Valley has an immense and varied heritage of plant biodiversity also consisting of rare and endemic species. This is a very important heritage that must be safeguarded on order to allow the natural environment to adapts to changes and to contain the manifesting and spread of parasites and diseases. This diversity lives thanks to the help of the work of bees, which during their search for food, the flower nectar, transport pollen from one plant to another. Interacting with bees are beekeepers who for millennia have learned to use the pollination service by picking up honey and wax.