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August 16, 2022

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Flow hive could be sweetener for bee healthEver thought you’d like to learn more about bees? Eden at Byron are harvesting honey from their flow hive for the first time this Saturday 1 April and have decided that they are going to make it all about the bee.

The honey harvest will begin at 9.30am and flow hive inventor Cedar Anderson will be on hand to share in the excitement. Cedar will then take the chance to talk about the flow hive, its invention and management.

Families are welcome. There will be seed planting and colouring in along with a range of experts talking on topics. There will giveaways throughout the day and talks will cover looking after bees in your garden, sustainable gardening and soil health to the importance of the over 1660 native Australian bees and how to make your garden bee friendly.

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