Natural Beekeeping Q&A next weekend in Sydney

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Being a beginner beekeeper involves asking an awful lot of questions. In a good way. You are, after all, taking on the stewardship of a super-organism composed of between 20 and 60,000 individual bees.

In light of the constant stream of questions that Tim Malfroy fields from students, Tim and I decided it was high time to get the Sydney-ish community of budding natural beekeepers together for a Q&A before Spring hits.

So! If you’re a budding beekeeper, please join us for our inaugural Natural Beekeeping Q&A happening next weekend at 107 Projects in Redfern, on Sunday 1st September.

3 hours of asking, thinking, listening and networking, as well as eating Tim’s Warré honeycomb on sourdough bread! Huzzah. I’m really looking forward to it. See you there?

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  • Alberto Rosso

    “Being a beginner beekeeper involves asking an awful lot of questions”. The problem being that if you ask more than one other beek (x) you are likely to get 3x answers..