The Permaculture Research Institute of Hellas (Greece)
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Intensive Beekeeping Seminar & Workshop 29-30 March, 2014

Project: The Permaculture Research Institute of Hellas (Greece)

Posted by maria baltazzi over 5 years ago

During these intensive 2 days you will focus on the analysis of changes that have affected beekeeping in Cyprus in the past 35 years and their impact, as well as how best to proceed with regards to sustainable beekeeping. The course will cover the best f

About the instructor:

Dominique Micheletto was born in France in 1956.  He studied forestry at the Haute Ecole des Eaux et Foret de Nancy.  He obtained his diploma in 1975 and aquired his first bee colony in France in 1978.  He established himself in Cyprus in 1980 and immediately started beekeeping.  In the year 2000 he became registered as a professional beekeeper and started breeding queen bees for commercial purposes.  He has since created a complete course for the Cyprus beekeepers association (bee biology, queen selection and breeding, disease and prevention, honey technology, creation of a team of tasters and so on).  In 2008 he organised a beekeeping journey n France for Cypriot beekeepers and in 2009 he organised the first ever honey contest in Cyprus.  He has also given numerous presentations in France about queen breeding in Cyprus.

The course will be run in English with translations of terms into Greek.

Course Venue:

Atsas farm is organically certified and in transition into an agro ecology integrated system and a demonstration site. The farm is located 45 minutes drive/bus from Nicosia and 15 minutes from the mountain village of Kakopetria, just behind the village of Petra.

Course Fees

160 Euros

Limited availability so please book fast!

To apply for a scholarship please email as at [email protected]

Deposits are non-refundable.

For more information email us at [email protected].

 

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