Tag Archives: pollination

UK Solitary Bee Guardian Scheme

By: Michael Fox “Our cocoon-sharing program is the only one of its kind in the UK and makes caring for red mason bees even more accessible by taking out some of the dirtier, trickier elements of the process. It’s the … Continue reading

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The Hidden Beauty of Pollination by Louie Schwartzberg

By Sandra Tuszynska Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg is passionate about nature and its hidden treasures. His film Wings of Life, was inspired by the vanishing, humble honeybee.  Take a sneak peak at what seems like a must see feature for nature lovers, as Louise describes … Continue reading

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Pollinator Link at The Planting Woodfordia

By: Michael Fox I will be sharing the Pollinator Link™ vision at The Planting Festival – Woodfordia – 29 April to 1 May It is called The Planting and it is held at Woodfordia the Woodford Folk Festival site. At … Continue reading

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Bee Open Day

By Sandra Tuszynska On the 12th of September, Valley Bees are hosting a Bee Community Open day at the Marry Valley Collage in Imbil. The motto is: Bee Inspired and Bee Informed with a myriad of presentations on honeybees and native bees that … Continue reading

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Tomatoes need the Blue Banded Bee Buzz

By Sandra Tuszynska Australia has over 1500 identified native bee species. Only about 16 of these are social bees, living in extended family systems. The rest are solitary or semi-social bees and they are essential pollinators of native plants as well as food crops. … Continue reading

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Koalas and Flying Gardeners?

By: Michael Fox After my Cubs in Mud post two weeks ago I received this comment from a local environmental professional: “Hi Mike, You could include our long range pollinators, flying foxes and lorikeets in anything about pollination as these … Continue reading

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