Time: January 20, 2013 from 9:30am to 3pm
Location: Kumbartcho Environmental Centre
Street: 15 Bunya Pine Court
City/Town: Eatons Hill
Website or Map: http://www.sugarbag.net/learn…
Phone: 3264 3953
Event Type: workshop, $25, prepay, and, register
Organized By: Sugarbag
Latest Activity: Jan 21, 2013
Sunday, 20 Januray - 9.30am - 3pm
Kumbartcho Environmental Centre - 15 Bunya Pine Ct, Eatons Hill
PLEASE NOTE YOU NEED TO REGISTER AND PAY BEFORE THIS EVENT. SEE LINK BELOW AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.
Contact Natural Areas Management Unit - GCCC, on 07 5581 1521, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The next workshop will be 8 June 2013, 9:30-3:30.
The next workshop will be 2013, Location and date details coming.
The next workshop will be in 2013 at Indigiscapes. Date to be advised later.
Email Glenbo Craig at email@example.com, to register. The next workshop will be at Gympie 2013.
The Australian Native Bee Research Centre (directed by Dr Anne and Les Dollin) has a range of booklets for sale that are highly recommended for those interested in knowing more about our Australian native bees and about keeping these bees. Fax the centre on 02 4576 1196, write to: ANBRC, PO Box 74, North Richmond, NSW 2754, or visit the website: http://www.aussiebee.com.au/infobooklets.html for a list of information and products.
ANBees group at Yahoo! Groups, a free, easy-to-use email group service. To learn more about the ANBees group, please visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ANBees. To start sending messages to members of this group, simply send email to ANBees@yahoogroups.com.
ANBees is a website linked to the Yahoo group. www.australiannativebees.com
The Aussie Bee site is the premier website in Australia (and the world!?) on native bees. It provides a lot of free native bee information in addition to the booklet series mentioned above (http://www.aussiebee.com.au).
Want to see native bees in a Bee Sanctuary close to Sydney?(http://www.nativebeesanctuary.com.au/.
Russell and Janine Zabel’s website on Australian native bees provides a wealth of interesting information (http://www.uq.net.au/~zzrzabel/).
Mark and Kim Grosskopf were the first to provide a service a renting hives of stingless bees for pollination (http://www.croppollination.com.au/index.php/).
Chris Fuller rents hives of stingless bees for pollination (http://www.nativebees.com.au/en-au/home.aspx /).
Steve Maginnity provides a number of educational resources for stingless bees,
Joe Tinson rescues bees in the Maryborough region( http://maryboroughnativebees.com/contact.html /).
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