A note on the significance of the grid presentation above:
Keystone’s genesis is rooted in its work with honey bees and indigenous honey collectors. Bees and indigenous people of the Nilgiris have a symbiosis. Bee songs, knowledge of traditional honey harvest, ropes, ladders, barter system.
Bees are a great example of ecology and economics conversation. They pollinate more than 75 percent of fruits and vegetables. Without them, there is no food on our tables. The bees work through their wax glands to make cells in which they store precious honey and pollen. These miraculous hexagonal cells are incredibly sturdy structures that represent hubs for teamwork, collaboration, partnerships – each cell/each thematic area is important, has deep dive options, a world of its own – yet together they weave magic like bees.