Grey Ironbark is pollen deficient and Red Gum has excellent pollen, so they are marriage made in heaven when they flower together.
We have over 20 speakers, who are all experts in their field, ready to entertain you with their stories of beekeeping, research, art and adventure!
Down by the sea is the coastal heath
Warm sky above - warm sand beneath
Bees will work through the winter’s day
Storing precious nectar away.
In this issue:
2019 BEEKEEPING WEEKEND
The Art and Science of Beekeeping
Details of this year’s special bee celebration.
Get your tickets!
Programme and Planner
Speakers and topics
News and More
Stamps go native.
Brush up your skills.
Manuka gets a seal of approval
Council grant for young club
A year in review
Council rules for beekeepers and honey sellers
Welcome packs for new sign-ups
Pfund it! How honey is graded
Trees for Bees
Before you build a bee empire . . .
Bottling without mess or stress
Will superbugs become resistant to honey?
Is Australian honey as powerful as New Zealand’s manuka?
Will honey save the world?
Come along to the 2019 ABA Conference and find out!
Have you bought your ticket yet?
Is the Cadaghi tree a threat to stingless bees?
Why do stingless bees fight?
Can you re-queen a stingless bee hive?
Can bees count?
Can bees recognise human faces?