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Tree and log hive beekeeping in Norway

 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:45 am    Post subject: Tree and log hive beekeeping in Norway Reply with quote

This is not an announcement for a course, or workshop, but rather a cry out into the ether for interested parties who would like to establish tree and log hive beekeeping in Norway.

Fratrum Mellicidarum in Poland, is an organisation preserving the traditions and culture of tree and log hive beekeeping in the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

They are looking for an NGO or partner in Norway, who would like to collaborate (samarbeide) with them, share resources, knowledge, skills, etc., and establish tree/log beekeeping here in Norway.

I am acting as the middle man or woman as I live locally in Norway and speak the lingo. So I would help put you in contact with Fratrum Mellicidarum's contact person, Piotr.

Tree and log hive courses would be run either in Poland or i Norway, and the resulting hives would be setup in Norway. The course teachers would come from Fratrum Mellicidarum, and all expenses incurred would be 100% refunded by the financial assistance being offered by EOG and Polish National Nature Preservation funds.

This is an excellent opportunity to keep alive tree and log hive beekeeping traditions in Northern Europe, and a way to preserve the native Scandinavian black bee, forest environment and natural traditions.

If there is anyone who is interested, whether an NGO or not, please get in touch with me through this forum.

Thank you in advance,
Jasmin
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