Bee Time radio interview

In Vejer de la Frontera, just before Easter Sunday, on a day when the streets were filled with people attending the traditional bull run, a swarm of bees flew into the main street and settled on a shop window. Much to the horror or the town council who organized the event, the bees flew to and fro and something had to be done about it.

It seemed that the bees had given us a wonderful opportunity to bring to the public awareness that swarms aren’t dangerous, through the impromptu ‘performance’ of collecting the swarm.

The following day we were invited to speak on the local radio about the event and our work with the bees. To hear the Radio interview press here.

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Karmit Evenzur

Karmit‘s work focuses on developing sensitivity to living systems in nature – cultivating an awareness of the wild, the unseen, and the conscious aspects of the Earth. She facilitates courses at Earth Speaks and at the International School of Storytelling (UK). Her work history spans diverse experiences, interests and competences from the healing arts, and the arts & crafts world. Her unique skill-set provides a deep perspective for transformational work, and in working with soul searching questions. Her studies encompass human ecology and earth healing modalities as well as energy healing systems and shamanic practices. For the past 8 years, she has been practicing natural beekeeping, keen to observe the integrity of their nature. In 2015 she planted the seed with natural beekeeping workshops in the area of Vejer de la Frontera which led to the creation of the natural beekeeping learning community, ‘Apijanda’, and the development of Bee Time Artist residencies.

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