In 2006 Nick Wallingford released a series of podcasts about the history of Beekeeping in New Zealand. Here are the episodes for your listening pleasure.
Les Crowder is a Beekeeper originally from New Mexico, he has devoted his adult life to the study and care of honeybees. He is dedicated to finding organic and natural solutions for problems commonly treated with chemicals.
This week we are talking about Splitsville, Magical Skincare Face Wash, Miss Beehaven in Paihia and Poison Ivy Honey? This is Episode Ninety Eight of our beekeeping podcast.
In this article Sally gives some great natural tips on how to remove Slugs and Snails from your garden.
This week we are talking about bastard councils and making soap from bees. This is a bonus episode for our amazing supporters.
This week we are talking about Spring over in US and UK and why you need to plan well, and what the benefits are of being prepared.
In this podcast we are talking about Bee vandals, Council RatBags and what to do with extra queen cells. This is Episode Ninety one of our beekeeping podcast.
Our conclusions of the NBA workshop on varroa resistant bees, is the NBA going about things in the wrong way?
The show was hiJacked by one of great friends and listeners “Yappy BeeMan”, Yappy talks to Gary and Margaret about kiwimana and Beekeeping in New Zealand.
Simon is an Outspoken Beekeeper and consumer advocate from Melbourne in Australia. Through his work on his Save The Bees website he has created a Honey Map for Australians. He is being sued for injurious falsehood and defamation by Capilano Honey Limited. We discuss this and more in the weeks interview.
In this article we explain how to set a Timms Trap to trap Possums on your property. These trap are an inexpensive method of pest management.
Neonicotinoids are being sold in garden centres all across New Zealand, what can you do about it?