A workshop being held in the Eurobodalla aims to bring beekeeping back into style.
Beekeeper, Adrian Iodice will be at SAGE Garden, Moruya this November to host a two-day intensive natural beekeeping workshop.
The course will be held over two days, November 18 and 19, and is designed for people to learn about natural beekeeping using Kenyan Top Bar Hives.
Kenyan Top Bar Hives are used commonly for natural beekeeping, which is said to be focused on ‘giving back’ to the bees not ‘taking from’ them.
The course is being held in the hope that beekeeping will become common again and people will be able to practice it in their own backyard. It is hoped that is more people can participate in beekeeping, the be species will be re-populated, as currently, there are not enough honeybees to pollinate the world’s crops.
During the workshop, participants will learn beekeeping skills such as:
Workshop participants will receive plans to build a Kenyan Bar Top Hive, a full list of resources and organic honey will be served for meals.
Iodice, one of the leading pioneers of natural beekeeping will be on hand during the two days for questions.
For more information visit the SAGE website.
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