TAH Native Bee Project Update


It’s finally here– the video of our Native Bee Workshops held last year is now available.

Thanks to the generous support of Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges, Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group, The Old School Community Garden and our wonderful teams of volunteers and participants we were able to deliver a series of highly successful workshops about the importance of Australian native bees to our local ecosystems and economy. The TAH Native Bee Project brough us together in the interests of protecting the the role of our native bee populations as part of our local and national ecosystems. Community response was overwhelming and it’s great to know so many people want to understand and care for the wildlife on our doorsteps. Best of all, we learned how to bring these lovely creatures into our gardens, and to encourage them to stay by building bee hotels, planting native flora and preserving local spots they might want to inhabit naturally. All in a day’s work!

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