Katrina Klett is a lifelong beekeeper and pollinator health advocate. Growing up in a migratory beekeeping family in the United States she is a partner in her family queen breeding and honey company. She has worked on commercial beekeeping crews in New Zealand and Australia and has consulted for honeybee development projects in globally. In addition Katrina has spent time in honeybee research labs at the University of Minnesota USDA ARS lab and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science. As of 2017 she is pursuing a graduate degree in chemical ecology at the Chinese Academy of Science.
Preserving traditional Himalayan beekeeping methods.