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Rockhampton ANBA workshop

  • 25 Aug 2019
  • 10:00 - 17:00
  • CQUniversity, Rockhampton North Campus, Yaamba Road, Building 32 Room G.18
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  • Free entry for members of ANBA

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Rockhampton ANBA Workshop

Attend this workshop to learn all about native bees, the solitary and social ones and how to propagate them.

The stunning slide presentation will cover the topics of bee nesting biology, bee foraging biology, diversity of wild bees, importance of bees in natural systems, traditional stingless beekeeping around the world, modern stingless beekeeping in Australia, using stingless bees for pollination of gardens and farms, sugarbag honey and its properties, rescuing bees threatened in the wild, and more. In the practical sessions, we will open hives and observe the amazing structures within.

We will demonstrate the various ways of propagating hives. You will pick up lots of tips on managing the native social bees, including how to extract honey from them.

Contact for workshop and potential Rockhampton branch of ANBA: Dan Coughlan, 0419 733 746, dan_coughlan@internode.on.net

***Tea and coffee will be available at the cafe on campus (Expresso Heaven). The cafe will have basic lunch options (sandwiches, muffins, drinks etc) available for lunch, otherwise you are welcome to bring your own lunch***

This workshop includes this year's membership to ANBA, the Australian Native Bee Association (valued at $50) for the all inclusive price of $50. What a deal! 

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