5th July 2022 Apiculture NZ / Awards
Timaru-based The Mānuka Collective has taken home the Supreme award at the annual Apiculture New Zealand National Honey Competition for the second year in a row.
Hundreds of beekeepers, and others from the apiculture industry, will gather in Christchurch this month for ApiNZ’s sixth annual conference and trade exhibition.
Building a better future for bees is the focus of this year’s World Bee Day on Friday 20 May, says Apiculture New Zealand.
Apiculture New Zealand has successfully secured funding from the Ministry for Primary Industries’ Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures fund, for a two-year project that will help identify how sector can achieve sustainable growth.
The 2021 Apiculture New Zealand Conference will see hundreds of beekeepers and others from the industry gather in Rotorua next month after the event was scuppered by Covid-19 last year.
A record number of New Zealand beekeepers honoured the pollinators and honey makers this World Bee Day on Thursday 20 May.
Climate change, international research trends and the changing global honey market to be discussed at the Apiculture NZ Conference.
Winter loss rates of bee colonies in New Zealand has continued to rise, with deaths increasing for the sixth year in a row.