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Beekeeping for beginners

Bees. Are they your friends or foes? If bees are your friends, thank you — you’ve realised the integral part they play in ensuring we continue to have the food we love in the future. If you’re not that keen on bees, I hope this article will change your mind. My appreciation of bees certainly tripled after attending The Urban Beehive’s Beginner Beekeeping Course in Sydney.

Did you know that bees are responsible for 70–80 per cent of the food on our plates? Really think about that for a moment:

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