ZEIDLER FACES - videos on Tree Beekeeping by Jan Michael

BEES IN THE HEART OF TREES - International Tree Beekeepers from Great Britain, USA, Germany, France talk about there motivation why keeping bees in trees or log hives.

Jonathan Powell a member of Tree Beekeeping Internation​al​ ​ http://tree-beekeeping.org and trustee of the Natural Beeke​e​ping Trust​ (http://naturalbeekeepingtrust.org) explains why he believes tree hives are one of the most inspiring​ and important​ ​hives, particularly in the context of the environmental challenges that bees face in the 21st century.​ ​Humans ha​ve​moved ​b​ ees far from their natural environment which shaped them over millions of years. Bees are now under great stress. Only by studying bees close to their natural environment can we as beekeepers know what weare doing ... or in many cases​ understand what we are​ undoing.

Dr.Przemysław NawrockiBetty Schiel

Dr.Przemysław Nawrocki Biologist, specialist in river and wetland ecology, bird studies and nature conservation. He got his master’s degree in Poznań University and PhD in Gdańsk University (Poland). Since 1997 works for WWF in Poland. Involved in various projects aimed at conservation of river and forest ecosystems, combining nature conservation with local economy, ecological education and shaping Poland’s environmental policies. One of the initiators of tree beekeeping restoration in Poland. In free time a bird carver and wildlife illustrator.

Betty Schiel lives in the Ruhr region and works as freelance journalist and film curator. When she realized the lack of honeybees in her garden, she changed that. Since then she is trying different methods of beekeeping, all with the objective of honey bees who can survive without her. How could the perfect natural environment for bees look like? Finding out about tree beekeeping she can combine three different interests, and much to her surprise she learned that they have something to do with each other: chainsaw, honey bee, climbing. She is envolved with the association 2010 Königinnen für das Ruhrgebiet. htpp://www.2010Koeniginnen.de/

André WermelingerMichael Joshin Thiele

André Wermelinger Electronic Engineer, eMBA, project leader in telecommunications.Specialist in natural organic beekeeping, and course instructor.Founding president of Free the Bees http:// freethebees.ch Switzerland. Co-founder of Tree Beekeeping International.André Wermelinger's passion lies in the continuous improvement of sustainable processes.In the past honey yield was of primary importance, however today the focus of attention needs to be oriented towards pollination, biodiversity and the long-term preservation of the honey bee species, apis mellifera. Contact : http://www.freethebees.ch

Joshin Thiele lived and practiced at Green Gulch Farm for 8 years and received lay ordination in 2001. He is leading an innovative and multidimensional approach within the biodynamic apiculture movement and teaches in the United States and abroad. He is Founder and President of Gaia Bees (www.gaiabees.com) and is researching wild Honeybees and new dimensions of apiculture in a sociocultural, agricultural and spiritual context. In the last decade, Michael has been involved with the creation of Honeybee sanctuaries and refuges as a means of protection and education. The most recent project is the Honeybee Sanctuary & Refuge at Green Gulch Farm. The underlying concept of a “Landscape Apiarium” is the leading principle in this bee-centric approach. The art and craft of the “Zeidler” is an additional feature of his work. In 2013, he worked as a biodynamic consultant for the USDA in the Dominican Republic. His work is documented in various national and international magazines, books and film documentaries (“Queen of the Sun”). He lives with his family in CA, USA. contact : http://gaiabees.com

Norbert PoepelauHeinz Risse

Norbert Poeplau, Imkermeister bei Mellifera e.V., Ist überzeugt, dass die biologisch-dynamischen Landwirtschaft die Zukunft von gesunden Lebens-Mitteln für die Menschen auf der ganzen Erde nachhaltig sichern kann. Ist von der Phänomenologie der Bienen fasziniert. Ist davon überzeugt, dass alle Bienenprodukte hervorragende Heilmittel sind. Ist begeistert vom Naturwabenbau seiner Bienenvölker. Arbeitet in der eigenen Imkerei mit vielen verschiedenen traditionellen und modernen Bienenstöcken. Ist Referent für verschiedene Kurse der Wesensgemäßen Bienenhaltung. Stellt in Führungen die Arbeit des Teams von Mellifera e.V. für Besuchergruppen dar. Schult Lehrlinge in ihrer Berufsausbildung zu Fachleuten für Imkerei. Freut sich über ein weltweites Umdenken in der ethischen Betrachtungsweise, in der die Honigbiene wieder als Mitgeschöpf und nicht nur als Honiglieferant gesehen wird. Ist Hobbyfotograf mit dem Schwerpunkt "Faszination Bienen

Heinz Risse is an electrical engineer and has founded a Mellifera Regional Group for Ecological Apiculture in Berlin. As a little boy he learned from his father how to capture honeybee swarms and the respectful treatment of bees. Since 2009 he keeps bees in and urban garden in Prinzessinnengarten in Berlin-Kreuzberg and gives courses for beginners, students and teachers. As an alternative to modern high performance apiculture he wants to give bees a voice through Zeidlerei. He is a founding member of Tree Beekeeping International. www.mellifera.de

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