Native Stingless Australian Bees with Mark Payne of No Stings Attached

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Mark has always been a passionate gardener but since realising there was next to no bees in his garden he began the quest to repopulate his local area with bees. This has since led to him starting his own business spreading native stingless bees throughout the east coast of Australia and providing workshops to school students to raise awareness of the importance of native bees. Marks latest project is launching a new habitat product for solitary native bees. A more affordable and ethical way to increase pollination in your gardens and local areas. @no_stings_attached @bee_backpacker

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