Green Town and Hackschool Team Up to Save the Bees

by Cat Woods

With thanks to funding from the Dulverton Trust, Green Town St Helens and Hackschool are teaming up yet again. This time, we’re joining forces to deliver a series of exciting workshops on solitary bees! 

What to Expect

People taking part will receive their very own bee house. Green Town will be there to show people where to place it, and how to encourage bees to make full use of it. You’ll be able to experience bees in virtual reality with Positive Life Workshops’ Pollinator Park. Andrea Ku from b4biodiversity will be there at the final workshop to share her knowledge on solitary bees. 

The team at Hackschool are on hand with their skills to make a series of videos, graphics and social media posts to drum up interest. Watch out for our updates as we document the workshops.  

Keep an eye on our social media over the next few weeks to find out what to expect, and how to take part! 

Before You Go...

We’re on Facebook and Instagram, and information about signing up will go live on our website when the project launches in early December.

You can find Hackschool online on HackTV’s Facebook and Instagram!

In the meantime, why not check out some of the articles we’ve written on bees and bugs in the past? Read up on 5 plants that the bees will love in your garden, and how to build your own bug hotel.

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