Many of us have often thought about getting into gardening. The concept of growing our own food is one of the oldest of American traditions—to get your hands dirty in the upturned soil, and to watch as, over time, seeds turn into beautiful flowers, herbs or vegetables. But did you know that gardening can actually help to protect one of the most important species on the planet?
I traveled in to the big city again to make my presentation regarding the ‘Bee Poo’ submission wanting to add beekeeping to the Resource Management Act.
Auckland Council have put Bees under the “Animal Management Bylaws”. Margaret discusses her views on this move.
This post is about the NZ Natural Beekeeping Conference that Gary spoke at over the weekend. This includes the full speech and slide show for people that didn’t make the event or for anyone that wants to relive the talk.
Here is a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to own one of these Kiwi Icons and earn some additional money for your business. Wow your very own Buzzy Bee Ride on.
Here is a talk given by Cliff Van Eaton about his new book “Manuka the biography of an extraordinary honey”
New Zealand Podcasts – As you may know we have a podcast, the kiwimana buzz beekeeping podcast. But are there are any other New Zealand Podcasts? That is the question we hope to answer with this post.
We just heard about the Eastwoodhill Arboretum conference from Barry Foster from the NBA that is is happening in Gisbourne on 26-27 April 2013. If you are the area it looks like a great place learn about how to help the bees…
The Man Who Discovered Manuka Honey – Dr Peter Molan. The Discoverer of the Healing Factor in Active Manuka Honey, this talk discusses his part of the story of this extraordinary honey.
Auckland Council are reviewing their bylaws and Margaret makes submission which appeared to bee well-received.
Another threat to Urban Beekeeping in Auckland has been discovered, please make a submission before it affects you!
We received some very sad news today that Marcia Meehan has passed away.
Marcia was an inspiring Bee Woman and was very encouraging when we first started blogging a few years ago.