Safekeeping bees
  • Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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This Land/Water and the Visual Arts Research symposium brings together speakers from arts, science and the beekeeping community in the UK to present various approaches to safekeeping bees.

Pollinators are facing huge declines across the world due to habitat destruction, pests, diseases, intensification of farming, biodiversity loss, and climate change. There is evidence to suggest that the ways in which pollinators are perceived and valued has significant implications for their conservation. 

This event aims to present various approaches to safekeeping bees and their future.


  • 12:30 - Registration
  • 13:00 - Event start
  • 15:00-15:30 - Tea/coffee break
  • 17:15 - Event finish

Confirmed speakers: Nick Bentham-Green, Mark Edwards, Dr William Kirk, Professor Andrea Liggins and Amy Shelton.

Registration closes on 15 January 2017 at 23:00.

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