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Expired Event - All About Bees! Natural Beekeeping Q & A with Tim Malfroy - 22 Sep 2019

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All About Bees! Natural Beekeeping Q & A with Tim Malfroy

When:
Sun 22 Sep 2019
Time:
10 - 12.30
Cost:
$10
Booking:
Recommended
Facilities:
Parking Available, Public Transport, Toilet on Site, Disabled Facilities
Notes:
Event will continue in wet weather
Details:
A discussion and Q & A on beekeeping with Tim Malfroy. This is for anyone who’s interested in natural beekeeping! Whether you have a hive and are actively beekeeping already, are planning to keep bees in the future, or are simply interested in learning more about bees, come along and have all your questions answered. With Spring just around the corner, it’s a great time to ask about first hive openings, catching/baiting swarms, and any questions specific to your location and climate, as Tim has experience from the lower to the upper mountains. There’s nothing like having access to a true expert to help you through any questions or problems and to ensure that you’re doing the very best you can for your bees. Tim is a world renowned, second-generation beekeeper who grew up on a large apiary in the foothills of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains of NSW. He has been practicing organic, biodynamic and Natural beekeeping since he started keeping his own bees in 2006.
Location:
1 Badgery Cres, Lawson
Contact:
Staff on
  4759 3478

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