Working together to save our Bees and other Pollinators to secure our food supply
You don’t need to be a bee keeper, be a keeper of bees…
by making our outdoor spaces a welcoming habitat for both new and existing bees and pollinators. Without bees and other pollinators much of the world’s food supply would end so it’s critical to support these essential links in our global food chain.
WORLD BEE DAY 20th MAY 2022
World Bee Day in Canberra
In Canberra, most of the celebrations will happen on Saturday 21 May.
The Capital Region Farmers’ Market at the Exhibition Park run by the Rotary Club of Hall will be a hive of activity! Check out the fun family activities at the Market and support our hard-working pollinators. For more events go to the World Bee Day Australia website.
Bee a honey for Congo
Join HandUp Congo, Rotarians for Bees and Wheen Bee Foundation for an interactive Virtual Meet Up this Mon, 23 May 2022 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM AEST
Your booking helps us raise funds to buy beekeeping equipment like gloves, bee suits and smokers for a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), located in the world’s second largest rainforest. The villagers know that without bees, our food security is at risk. That’s why food security needs bee security. Goal: $1000 US/$1400 AUD.
For more information and tickets click here.
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