BEES project - Breeding, Education, Environment and Skills
The BEES project is about bringing together beekeepers from across South East Wales to :-
Explore and develop a local/regional Queen Bee breeding programme to supply a quality bee with good characteristics and survivability to meet the needs of the local market.
Raise awareness of bee’s, beekeeping and its importance to biological systems and diversity with organisations, schools and the general public
Work Co-operatively to facilitate the sharing of skills, ideas and best practice between beekeepers.
The project will co-operate between three LAG areas (Local Action Groups)
– Vale of Usk
– Cwm a Mynydd
– Rural Action MRCT
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