Stingless Bees: Native Bee Workshops and talks

Stingless Bees: Native Bee Workshops and talks

Here is a list of some of the upcoming Australian Native Bee Workshops and Native bee talks Elke is presenting. We will add to this as more events are confirmed.

The following is a list of Native Bee Workshops/Presentations with Elke Haege are listed below in chronological order:

*5th June 2019. Native Bees in Eastern Sydney Workshop, Waverley Council’s Living Connections Project. (1-4pm. Waverley Pavilion, booking and details here).

 

 

Previous Workshops are listed below to give you an idea of the type, frequency and location of possible future workshops:

*25th March 2019.   Native Bee Experts Panel discussion facilitated by the committee at Sydney Bee Club.   At Waverley Library (upstairs) 6.30pm – 8pm.

*20th February 2019 at The Randwick Permaculture Education Centre. 9.30am – 1.30pm. Both Honeybees and Native Bees. Click here for details and booking.

*10th November  2018. Inner West Council Native Bee session.  10-12. (for details click here)

*8th September 2018. Gardening on the Wildside Program – Native Bees session and workshop. Randwick Community Centre.

*2nd June 2018. Kiama Community Garden. For details click here.

*23rd May. 2018. Eastern Suburbs Schools Network: Native Bees. Planting and habitat creation for schools.

*21st April 2018. Saturday. 1 -5.30pm: International Permaculture Day: Native Stingless and Solitary bees tour and introduction at the Randwick Environment Park. Details here.

*24th March 2018: Celebrating Biodiversity at the Randwick Council Nursery. Details  and booking here.  Topic: ‘Plants for Bees + Bees for Plants’

*12th February 2018 Randwick: Gardening on the Wildside. Native Bees- Elke Haege. RUNS OVER 6 MONDAY MORNINGS Create garden homes for tiny native animals, make a low maintenance garden and learn what to planBookings and Details here.

*10th February 2018 Lane Cove Native Bee Walk and Talk: . 9.30 – 11.30. Discover the fascinating world of Sydney’s native solitary and social bees, their habitat, behaviour and role in the environment. Find out what makes a garden “bee-friendly” and take a short walk to see native bees in action with Elke HaegeDetails and booking here.

*Woollahra Council: Native Solitary Bee Workshop/Workbee – make  solitary bee habitats for ‘Pollinator Week’ Saturday 18th November 2017. Click here for details.

*Randwick Council: Gardening on the Wildside Course. Sunday 5th November 2017

* North Sydney Council, Waverton Coal Loader Native Bee Talk 14th October 2017. Click here for details.

 

*Randwick Council: Gardening on the Wildside Course. 22nd May 2017. Click here for details.

* City of Sydney, Native Bee Workshop and talk, 13th May, 2017, Waterloo Library. Click here for details.

* Randwick Sustainability Hub. Native Bee Workshop. Wednesday 5th April,  2017. 9.30-1.00. Click here to book and for details. Free

* City of Ryde Council Native Bee Workshop. Saturday 11th March, 2017. 9.30 – 12.00.Click here to book and for details. Free

* Lane Cove Council Native Bee Workshop. Saturday 11th February 2017. 9.30 – 12.00 Click here to book and for details. Free 

* Eco Heroes Club: Decorating the native stingless beehive and learning about native bees – children with parents activity. 15th October 2016 Read More 

* Randwick Sustainability Hub – Urban Beekeeping Workshop. 7th September 2016 1-4pm

* Gardening on the Wildside – Native Bee workshop with Elke Haege ‘ The plants that native bees prefer’ 27th August 2016  1-4pm

Leichhardt Council Native Bee Workshop on 21st May 2016  10am-1pm  Whites Creek Cottage is at 31 White Street, Annandale then the Nursery is at 22 Wisdom Street (click here & free booking)

Leichhardt Council Native Bee Workshop on 17th May 2016 10am – 1pm Whites Creek Cottage is at 31 White Street, Annandale then the Nursery is at 22 Wisdom Street (click here & free booking)

* International Permaculture Day – Native Bee workshop with Elke Haege.  – 1st May 2016.  To book click here  (free)

* Randwick Council session on Native Bees and Honey Bees 02.03.16 time: 1.30pm – 4.30pm with Elke Haege and Doug Purdie, The Urban Beehive. Location: Randwick Environment Centre. Details on Reduce Your Footprint website:  http://reduceyourfootprint.com.au/events/introduction-to-native-and-exotic-beekeeping/

* Randwick Council Native Bee workshop on Friday 4th March 2016 as part of the ‘ Gardening on the Wildside’ series 9.30 – 1.00pm with Elke Haege.

* Lane Cove Council Native Bee Workshop with Elke Haege is on Saturday 27th February 2016.

* Rose Bay Community Garden workshop with Elke Haege – Woollahra Council – 7th February 2016.

The following list of Native Bee Workshops with Elke Haege are listed below in chronological order:

*2nd June 2018. Kiama Community Garden. For details click here.

*23rd May. 2018. Eastern Suburbs Schools Network: Native Bees. Planting and habitat creation for schools.

*21st April 2018. Saturday. 1 -5.30pm: International Permaculture Day: Native Stingless and Solitary bees tour and introduction at the Randwick Environment Park. Details here.

*24th March 2018: Celebrating Biodiversity at the Randwick Council Nursery. Details  and booking here.  Topic: ‘Plants for Bees + Bees for Plants’

*12th February 2018 Randwick: Gardening on the Wildside. Native Bees- Elke Haege. RUNS OVER 6 MONDAY MORNINGS Create garden homes for tiny native animals, make a low maintenance garden and learn what to planBookings and Details here.

*10th February 2018 Lane Cove Native Bee Walk and Talk: . 9.30 – 11.30. Discover the fascinating world of Sydney’s native solitary and social bees, their habitat, behaviour and role in the environment. Find out what makes a garden “bee-friendly” and take a short walk to see native bees in action with Elke HaegeDetails and booking here.

*Woollahra Council: Native Solitary Bee Workshop/Workbee – make  solitary bee habitats for ‘Pollinator Week’ Saturday 18th November 2017. Click here for details.

*Randwick Council: Gardening on the Wildside Course. Sunday 5th November 2017

* North Sydney Council, Waverton Coal Loader Native Bee Talk 14th October 2017. Click here for details.

 

*Randwick Council: Gardening on the Wildside Course. 22nd May 2017. Click here for details.

* City of Sydney, Native Bee Workshop and talk, 13th May, 2017, Waterloo Library. Click here for details.

* Randwick Sustainability Hub. Native Bee Workshop. Wednesday 5th April,  2017. 9.30-1.00. Click here to book and for details. Free

* City of Ryde Council Native Bee Workshop. Saturday 11th March, 2017. 9.30 – 12.00.Click here to book and for details. Free

* Lane Cove Council Native Bee Workshop. Saturday 11th February 2017. 9.30 – 12.00 Click here to book and for details. Free 

* Eco Heroes Club: Decorating the native stingless beehive and learning about native bees – children with parents activity. 15th October 2016 Read More 

* Randwick Sustainability Hub – Urban Beekeeping Workshop. 7th September 2016 1-4pm

* Gardening on the Wildside – Native Bee workshop with Elke Haege ‘ The plants that native bees prefer’ 27th August 2016  1-4pm

Leichhardt Council Native Bee Workshop on 21st May 2016  10am-1pm  Whites Creek Cottage is at 31 White Street, Annandale then the Nursery is at 22 Wisdom Street (click here & free booking)

Leichhardt Council Native Bee Workshop on 17th May 2016 10am – 1pm Whites Creek Cottage is at 31 White Street, Annandale then the Nursery is at 22 Wisdom Street (click here & free booking)

* International Permaculture Day – Native Bee workshop with Elke Haege.  – 1st May 2016.  To book click here  (free)

* Randwick Council session on Native Bees and Honey Bees 02.03.16 time: 1.30pm – 4.30pm with Elke Haege and Doug Purdie, The Urban Beehive. Location: Randwick Environment Centre. Details on Reduce Your Footprint website:  http://reduceyourfootprint.com.au/events/introduction-to-native-and-exotic-beekeeping/

* Randwick Council Native Bee workshop on Friday 4th March 2016 as part of the ‘ Gardening on the Wildside’ series 9.30 – 1.00pm with Elke Haege.

* Lane Cove Council Native Bee Workshop with Elke Haege is on Saturday 27th February 2016.

* Rose Bay Community Garden workshop with Elke Haege – Woollahra Council – 7th February 2016.