Australian Women in Bee Keeping

Saturday, 20 June 2020 - 10:30am

Who said COVID-19 social isolation meant you couldn't go out of your house on an adventure for the day?...

Come with us from the comfort of your own couch, on a virtual beekeeping adventure around Australia and beyond... imagine peering inside a living Bee Hive looking for the Queen Bee... contemplating next time you spread honey on your toast, appreciating its flavour & antimicrobial properties, while thanking a Hobby or Commercial Beekeeper for getting that honey into the jar for you in the first place... seeing Parliament House Bee Hives 'in session'... acknowledging what a beekeeper needs to know to keep their Bee Hives healthy & productive... wondering what Mead will taste like for the first time... and anticipating the enjoyment of your bee friendly garden...

We've got your day sorted... you don't have to do anything but book yourself a ticket (virtually)... make a coffee, and jump on your couch with your computer ready to come with us...

Here's a sneak peek at the presenter list... awesome eh?

The role of AHBIC in beekeeping - AHBIC
Small Hive Beetle - Diana Leemon
Natural Beekeeping - Ronnie Voigt
Mead Making - Tom Repas
Honey Tasting for Beginners - Jess Loncarini
Live Hive Tour and Finding the Illusive Queen - Graham Beech
#plantmorebeefood - Costa Georgiadis
The Bees of Parliament House - Cormac Farrell
Beekeeper Biosecurity - Ally Driessen
Antimicrobial Activity of Honey Bee Products - Kate Hammer
Day in the Life of a Commercial Beekeeper - Vaulkenberg Apiaries
Imagine 1,000's of us descending into a presenters home, office, laboratory, apiary or garden for 30 minutes somewhere around Australia or beyond?

This is virtual reality... easy...

See you there...

Australian Women in Beekeeping

ps: Australian Women in Beekeeping is proudly collaborating with Sprout Labs to bring this conference to virtual reality for you to enjoy.

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