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Sensitive Beekeeping Practicing Vulnerability and Nonviolence with Your Backyard Beehive

Handbook / Manual
By: Jack Bresette-Mills(Author)
133 pages, b/w photos
Sensitive Beekeeping
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  • Sensitive Beekeeping ISBN: 9781584209935 Paperback Aug 2016 In stock
Price: £12.99
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You might have heard that bees are in trouble – but in fact, the trouble is coming our way too and bees are just showing it first. The looming environmental crisis means that, as a result of modern agricultural practices and pesticides, we may well fail to prevent honeybee collapse. Honeybees are vital to the health of our planet, and Sensitive Beekeeping is designed to equip and encourage small-scale backyard beekeepers – who may end up having the only strong, healthy honeybees left. An expert beekeeper, Jack Bresette-Mills calls his approach 'sensitive beekeeping'. He promotes beekeeping without fear, beekeeping for the sake of the bee rather than for profit, and learning to answer your own questions about beekeeping. It's an approach that takes time, practice and patience to develop, and requires physical, mental and spiritual transformation. In the long run though, it results in healthier, sustainable hives and a happier beekeeper.

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Jack Bresette-Mills was born and raised in Michigan. His interests and skills are myriad: beekeeping, piano tuning, carpentry, writing, teaching maths, skywatching. His book and weekly podcast, Reasoning with an Optimist, has made many people smile. For the past 18 years he has tended bees, both in his own backyard and assisting others with theirs.

Handbook / Manual
By: Jack Bresette-Mills(Author)
133 pages, b/w photos
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