Here you will find some of our friends & some favourite beekeeping links:
An article about the importance of bees as suggested by student Olivia. Learn about the role that bees play in the world and as well as the history of
ACT for Bees
ACT for Bees is raising awareness of the importance of bees and other pollinators and ways to help them thrive! They are in Canberra.
Bee the Cure
Save the Bees Australia’s aim is to unite like minded people and raise awareness. They operate from the Mornington Peninsula - you can help Bee the Cure
CERES Bee Group
The CERES Bee group meets once a month in Brunswick and is open to the public as a visitor or member.
Centre for Integrative Bee Research
Located at the University of Western Australia, CIBER is dedicated to facilitate interdisciplinary research on honeybees. www.ciber.science.uwa.edu.au
The Australian Native Bee Research Centre
An incredible source of information on the 1600+ native bees species in Australia: www.aussiebee.com
The Beekeepers Club Inc.
The Beekeepers Club Inc. is a group in the North East of Melbourne. The majority of its members are beekeeping hobbyists and enthusiasts. There is also a handy swarm collectors list
MADGE are a network of individuals interested in how our food is grown and the effects it has on our health. They are concerned about the lack of adequate labelling and testing of GM foods. They advocate on behalf of consumers for the right to know what is in our food. They promote information on natural foods and healthy farming practices. We think our bee friends would be happy to know that MADGE cares about ours and their food.
Perm-Apiculture - Natural Beekeeping Group
A Perm-apiculture group founded to promote and support sustainable beekeeping using natural practices in Melbourne. Great resource with lots of wonderful blog articles for beekeepers who care about their bees.