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About Wayward Bee
I have been keeping bees sustainably for 10 years, and enjoy sharing my knowledge about these fascinating insects. I am a keen gardener, artist, and enjoy watching my hens and ducks as they range free in my Sussex garden.
Would you like to know how to keep bees sustainably, on a small scale? Many people would like a colony of honeybees in their garden, and on this course I will show you how a hive works, and how to keep your bees happy and healthy with minimal intervention.
Topics covered include:
What type of hive
Where to site your hive
Overview of sustainable management
Plants for your bees
This is designed for people who have either attended the Introductory course and would like more information, or those who already keep bees and need to understand more advanced management techniques and methods, but within the ethical/sustainable framework
This course is also aimed at those who have been keeping bees conventionally but would like to understand a more bee-centred approach. There will be an assumption that you are familiar with beekeeping principles and terminology, but...
This is an opportunity to draw hens, cockerels and ducks in the garden in a relaxed and informal setting as they free range. We will look at the birds in detail to start with, and try different media and techniques. All materials are provided but you are welcome to bring your own resources if you have a particular favourite! Suitable for complete beginners as well as more experienced artists, and I will give guidance as...