beekeeping

Interview: Milkwood

September

The Slowpoke: MILKWOOD // Photo: Emma Bowen For a while now in the sunny state of New South Wales there’s been a duo who’s name has been synonymous with permaculture. Milkwood, comprised of partners in business and in life, Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar, have made it their life’s work to educate and build community.
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READ: BACKYARD BEES

July

theslowpoke_backyardbees1 There’s no doubt about it – there’s fast growing interest afoot for backyard beekeeping. Once primarily the domain of rural grey granddads, a new, younger generation of beekeepers are stepping up to the plate. It’s increasingly becoming common knowledge just how important bees are to our food system – the hard-working insects pollinate around a third of the food we eat. Some crops, such as blueberries, cherries and almonds are either mostly, or completely, dependent on honey bee
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