Tuesday, 05 April 2022 11:25

Beekeepers to swarm to Christchurch for Apiculture NZ Conference

Written by  Staff Reporters
Apiculture NZ will host its 2022 Conference and Trade Exhibition in Christchurch in June. Apiculture NZ will host its 2022 Conference and Trade Exhibition in Christchurch in June.

Beekeepers, honey producers and others from across the apiculture industry will gather at Christchurch’s new convention centre on Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July for the 2022 Apiculture New Zealand Conference and Trade Exhibition.

Conference 2022 has the theme ‘Sharing knowledge, sharing the load for a better future’ and reflects the industry’s desire to work collaboratively and to support one another through uncertain times.

As in past years, Conference 2022 will feature presentations from leading international and local experts including keynote addresses from Dr Sammy Ramsey and Dr Jamie Ellis, bee scientists and communicators from the United States.

Mike King, mental health advocate and television personality, will share his advice for getting through tough time with delegates.

A highlight of the conference is the National Honey Competition, when industry names the best honeys in the country.

Successes in innovation, sustainability, research and photography in the apiculture industry will also be celebrated at Conference 2022.

For more information on the Apiculture New Zealand National Conference and Trade Show 2022 head to https://apinz.org.nz/apinz-conferece/

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