Autumn Newsletter 2019


Bees for Peace and the inspiring Yossi Aud. "The bees produce abundance and healing in the world and all their products are products of health and medicine. "

Dear friends and supporters of the Natural Beekeeping Trust, We’d like to tell you what we’ve been up to since the last Learning from the Bees conference in Berlin, and give you a preview of what’s in store. Berlin conference/NBH magazine

The conference in Berlin was a great success, attracting a sizeable international audience. Various participants share their impressions in the current issue of Natural Bee Husbandry Magazine. Our much-loved journal is now on its 13th edition - it is heartening that our subscriber base is more than stable, indeed expanding month by month.

The current issue also contains an in-depth article about the special characteristics of trees favoured by bees for living in, by our friend Helen Leaf, whose interest in trees and bees have led her to some exciting discoveries. We encourage you to subscribe to what can truly be described as the good news, the inspiring news, in beekeeping. That there is so much of it, in so many countries round the world, it fills our hearts with joy!







NBKT’s Rewilding Projects

La Donaira in Spain Trustee Jonathan Powell has just returned from a most rewarding week in Andalucia, expanding the nesting opportunities for bees, teaching and learning together with special guests from Portugal who took an active part in furthering our aims for this wonderful project and sharing their own experience in a great spirit of bee-like collaboration. Read Jonathan’s report here.

Pertwood Farm in UK

Back in the UK we also have an update on the Pertwood organic farm rewilding project. The centerpiece has been for many years the UK’s first Zeilder tree hive - a hive carved into a tree. There has been a dramatic development. Read our report here.