Hello, In an effort to help educator's educate as many people as possible about Honey Bees.
Honey bees are more than just bugs in a box, like ants and a box. Honeybees have to be able to interact with other honey bees to survive, and I would like to get this out there more.
Setting up small training apery's, but not in the conventional traditional way.. This can be in parks or at schools, in National trust sights or Heritage sites. Here we will have a self explanatory educational point.
Every outdoor open air honey bee education site I have been to relies on there being an educator or a beekeeper. (except one and that was https://quincehoneyfarm.co.uk/gallery/ ) I propose a site with hives that can be opened, as per the picture as well as a number of conventional hives and a tree stump hive, at every training site. the ECO BEEHIVE and the tree stump hive can have bees in as they do not have to be serviced or managed. but not the conventional hive.
I propose an open sided shed with window in the front to see into hives with out the prospect of having bees coming into contact with students.
Cost I would imagine would be dependent on the size of the shed (10m x 5m +- £ 7k ) and land works as well as some plants ( £5k) and then the three or five hives ( £3k )
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