Scottsdale High School in north-east Tasmania, Stella Life Care in Queensland’s Whitsundays, and Pasadena and St Marys Action Group in Adelaide were among the 25 community groups to receive funding to plant bee friendly trees and shrubs in their local communities.
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The Gold Coast Regional Beekeepers Association is busy organising its new native beehive fostering project, providing native beehives, complete with a queen and about 10,000 bees, available to residents, community groups, schools and businesses to foster on their own property.
A new limited edition poster featuring some of Australia’s most remarkable native bees has been produced to bring attention to the diversity of Australia’s native bees
Habitat loss is one of the greatest threats to bees and other pollinators, with increasing urbanisation, along with severe bushfires and floods, reducing critical areas where bees forage and breed.
Now a new tree grants program is helping reverse this loss, providing small community groups across Australia with the opportunity to make a big difference for bees.
Classrooms across Australia will be abuzz with bee learnings, thanks to a new online education hub dedicated to inspiring children to understand the vital role bees and other insects play in the environment and food production.
Creating essential habitat havens for bees and other pollinators has just become a whole lot easier thanks to a new range of planting guides developed by the Wheen Bee Foundation.
Crowds were bee crazy at the recent Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, thanks to the Wheen Bee Foundation’s immersive, interactive display.