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Keeping Native stingless bees

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Keeping Native stingless bees

Time: April 7, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Sandgate Library
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Event Type: bcc, library
Organized By: Susan
Latest Activity: Apr 7, 2016

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Learn how easy it is to own and position a native bee hive in your garden. Discover how to maintain and split a hive, what predators may harm them, and how bees can benefit your entire street. A locked hive will be brought in for participants to view. Presented by Ingrid Dimock from My City Garden. Bookings essential.

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