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Stingless Bees: Native Bee Workshops and talks

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[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="22px"][vc_column_text]I have put a few wonderful links together so you too can get excited and learn a bit more about Australian native stingless bees, native solitary bees, and beneficial plants to plant.  This means you can get started on attracting native pollinators to your garden space, be it a balcony, a few pots in a courtyard, or in a garden.
  1. Plant herbs and let them go to flower to attract pollinators. Click Here for a list of other beneficial plants for pollinators and to increase productivity of your edible garden.
  2. Native Stingless bees: Have a look at this short clip of our Native Stingless Bees at Barangaroo.
  3. Here is a 12 minute video of me showing and explaining the different parts of a Native Stingless Bee Hive (care of: the Randwick Sustainability Hub)
  4. This beautifully put together video by with Dr Megan Halcroft about Australian bees.
  5. Here is a recording of  Dr. Tim Heard (entomologist) workshop on Native Bee Hive Management (42mins).
  6. Here is a well put together video by Ku-ring-gai's Alex Austin about Winter Care for native bees. It is worth viewing if you have bees in Sydney.
  7. Here is Gardening Australia's Sophie showing in 6 minutes how to create solitary native bee habitat

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