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Bees are dying at an alarming rate. It's no joke. Without essential pollinating insects, many plants including food producing plants and natives will go extinct. So how can the average person help?
The Logan Hyperdome Library is hosting a free informative session, Stingless Bee Keeping with Tim Heard on the third of December. Bookings are essential for this event which will take place from ten to eleven in the morning.
Event organisers say, "Keeping native stingless bees is a hot topic in Australia for commercial, environmental and recreational reasons.
"You can do something about the decline of pollinators by conserving native bees."
Class host, Tim Heard is the author of the book, A Complete Guide to Native Stingless Bees and during the session he will reveal how you can keep these winged creatures flourishing. Whether you want a hive or two in your suburban garden, or you'd like to have many hives to run a commercial farm, Tim's friendly class can help.
While you're there you might just be able to check out a copy of Tim's book too. Library representatives say it's, "A complete guide to native stingless bees, written by an expert who has spent his lifetime intimately engaged with these unique creatures."
If that sounds fascinating to you, give the library a call on the number below to book into Stingless Bee Keeping with Tim Heard.