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Stingless Bee Keeping Class

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Stingless Bee Keeping Class

Time: October 15, 2017 from 9am to 12pm
Location: Ecobotanica Garden
Street: tba on booking
City/Town: Capalaba
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Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Linda Brennan
Latest Activity: Jul 25, 2017

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Sunday 15  October 9-12

Stingless Bee Keeping Class

I’ve been a bee keeper of stingless bees for over a decade now and just love what they do for my garden.

At this class you’ll learn how to care for a stingless bee hive, how to split the hive and when to do it. We’ll split a hive on the day too! It’s important if you have bees, to plant so they have plenty of food year-round too. We’ll take a close look at what and how much to plant, and the pollination services you can expect from a hive.

You’ll taste stingless bee honey (sugar-bag) and be delighted by the flavour.

$75 includes extensive notes and hands-on practice.

Book by calling Linda 0416157470 or email

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