Native beekeeping – one-day workshop

Are you interested in keeping native stingless bees for fun, honey production, conservation or pollination?

In this one-day workshop, entomologist and professional educator, Dr Tobias Smith will teach you the basics on how to become a stingless beekeeper.

You’ll learn about bee biology, the importance of bees in natural systems and agriculture, and rescuing bees threatened in the wild. We will look at keeping stingless bee hives for pets, pollination and the sought-after honey from sugarbag bees. The day includes slide shows and practical sessions.

Light refreshments and lunch provided.

This workshop is suitable for all ages and anyone interested in native bees.

About your facilitator:
Dr Tobias Smith is a native bee researcher and educator. His research interests include understanding bee communities in agricultural landscapes, and the use of native bees and other alternative pollinators in crop pollination. Tobias is the founder and director of Bee Aware Brisbane, an organisation promoting awareness of native bees and their conservation in southeast Queensland.

Please note: We have a new booking system. You will need to sign up and create an account.

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When
Sunday 22 October 2017 from 9.30am to 3.30pm

Arrive at 9:00am for a 9:30am start

Where
100 Joynton Ave, Zetland NSW 2017, Australia
Cost
Adult: $20.00
Concession: $15.00
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