Idle Beekeeper: The Low-Effort, Natural Way to Raise Bees BookRegular price $28.00
Bee populations around the globe have been declining with potentially catastrophic effects on crop pollination and long-term human survival. Industrial beekeeping doesn't seem to work as an answer, as bees are in distress in these synthetic and hostile environments. This book presents a different approach, idle beekeeping, as a grassroots, low intervention system that seeks to imitate the natural habitat and behavior of bees. An urban beekeeper teaches readers how to build a hive and harvest honey and wax with minimum effort and maximum benefit to bee populations.
- Author: Bill Anderson
- Publisher: Abrams Press
- Publication Date: 2019
- 276 pages
- Product Dimensions: 5.5” x 8.5”
- Printed in the USA
About the author: Bill Anderson is an urban beekeeper and educator based in London. He has an online Idle Beekeeping course is currently available from The Idler magazine's website. When he isn't caring for his bees (which is most of the time!) he works as a television drama director.