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People were incredibly enthusiastic to put themselves and their hives forward to be involved.
My clipboard and I were overwhelmed with the response!
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People of all backgrounds and beliefs will unite as the Market welcomes master artists, entrepreneurs, global citizens, and community leaders whose creativity provides common ground in an increasingly polarized world.
From widely celebrated makers to up-and-coming creators, this year’s festival brings 54 first-time artists together with 106 returning artists, and includes four countries never represented before: Argentina, Jordan, Tajikistan, and Tanzania.On Saturday Natasha, our Head of Science, gave a talk on our honey bee research to the Welsh Beekeepers’ Association conference in Builth Wells.It covered some of our previous work on DNA barcoding honey, our current honey bee research, and our science intern Zara’s work on looking at the floral composition of honey throughout Europe.A good group of us headed on up to Builth: Natasha, Lynda, our head beekeeper (and finance clerk! We were also joined by Mike Harrap, a visiting researcher from Bristol University, who works on bumblebees and is joining our research group for the next couple of months.As part of our ongoing honey bee research (and my Ph D project), we’re planning on analysing honey from beekeepers across the country and the WBKA’s conference proved the perfect place to start establishing contacts for honey sampling.(Of course, never overwhelmed enough to prevent me from mentioning: if you’re interested in contributing honey to our research or getting updates to the project, please contact me at [email protected]!