I would like to raise awareness about the effects that herbicides/pesticides on our local bees and other pollinators. It has been incredibly distressing to watch the recent death of my beautiful bees. The death of bees is not sudden but their struggle to survive lasts for approximately one week before the entire colony succumbs to …read more >
An exciting project for 2019 in collaboration with the City of Charles Sturt Council and the Civic Library (Woodville).
A second beehive for Athelstone Community Garden at Padulesi Park. Thank-you to the community gardeners, local residents and the elected members at Campbelltown City Council (SA) for all your wonderful support 💛🐝💛🐝💛🐝💛
Wishing all our sponsors and supporters a very Happy New Year. It has been a difficult start to the season with very little nectar available for the bees to collect. For further information please copy and past the following ULR to access the following article: Bees ‘starving’ in South Australia as erratic weather takes heavy …read more >
A very warm welcome to Semaphore Park Community Garden! Thank-you and the City of Charles Sturt Council for helping make Adelaide a Sanctuary for Bees.
A very warm welcome to the Chapel Street Community Garden! Thank-you for helping make Adelaide a Sanctuary for Bees.
A very warm welcome to the Athelstone Community Garden! Thank-you and the Campbelltown City Council for helping make Adelaide a Sanctuary for Bees.
A very warm welcome to everyone at 19th on Green – Brompton! Thank-you for helping make Adelaide a Sanctuary for Bees.
Did you know… Bees pollinate as many as 170 thousand species of plants. Every third tablespoon of food is dependent on pollination. A honey bee lives for approximately 5 weeks and produces 1/12 of a teaspoon of honey. To make a kilogram of honey, a bee must visit four million flowers and fly four times …read more >
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