The October monthly online event of the Australian Native Bee Association is coming to you from a Brisbane backyard. Greg and Jennifer Shea will share some of their 3-year journey with stingless bees, and to share some of what we have learned along the way as stingless beekeepers.
After a career of 47 years in the telecommunications industry as a Technical Officer, Trainer and Contractor, Greg retired in 2014. His wife Jennifer retired from teaching a few year later and began to expand her interest in gardening. Both developed an interest in stingless bees, initially to assist with pollination, and later as an absorbing hobby and a way to encourage other people to take an interest in them too.
The ANBA – Wide Bay Branch will be holding its Annual General Meeting on 2:30pm Saturday 10th October at 127 Stockyard Rd, North Isis QLD 4660. As it is the AGM, a new executive will be voted in. If you are interested in getting involved, putting your hand up for a position or just being part of the voting, then contact Adam Kent, Vice President – Wide Bay Branch, Adam@simpsonfarms.com.
This monthly meeting of the Australian Native Bee Association is coming to you from Sydney. It is titled "Bees of Eora, Sydney Native Bee Art Exhibition" (Eora is the indigenous word for Sydney area). Hosted by the one and only Costa Georgiadis from Gardening Australia. A dozen local artists from Sydney area, including Gina Cranson, will be showcasing their work in an outdoor setting at a local regional botanical garden. Attendance in person is limited to Sydney branch members of ANBA; but the live stream will be unrestricted.
To attend in person: Limited to Sydney branch members of ANBA
To attend online Live stream: Simply go to the ANBA Facebook page at the date and time and you will see the Live event, https://www.facebook.com/Australian.Native.Bee.Association. The event will be recorded to watch later. Our Live events are interactive, you can ask questions by typing them on the post during the live stream. All welcome, but please show your supporting by joining our association, https://australiannativebee.org.au/.
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