1. Keep Bees
The native Irish bee no longer exists in the wild. It is depending on us if it is to survive the onslaught of the varroa destructor mite. Enrol on a reputable beekeeping course and tend a hive, whether on the balcony at work, your apartment complex roof, or in a friend’s garden. Your flowers will bloom more profusely, your fruit trees will crop more heavily and each autumn you’ll have delicious honey to share with friends. See irishbeekeeping.ie.
Read full article in the Irish Times magazine