Natural Beekeeping

Top Bar ApiRevolution has begun! Lets make some inexpensive Top Bar Hives and let them be pesticide free on their own natural comb! Che Guebee is a rebel bee fighting for the survival of the Biodiversity we all depend on and which is seriously endangered by deforestation and mono-crop agriculture! What kind of teaching have you got if you exclude nature?

Friday, July 4, 2014

University of Copenhagen is officially buzzing

We have introduced bees yesterday into the University's top bar hive. We have bought a conventional colony and performed a technique called chop'n'crop so to fit the framed combs into the sloped sided top bar hive. All went well and the bees are happily buzzing in their new home :) All students seem to be happily buzzing too :)

Teachers Christian and Dusko with students from the
University of Copenhagen
Christian and his cute daughters watching bees through the observation window


  1. I wish there were some close-ups of the chopped/cropped frames showing how they fit into the TBH now. Unfortunately the 3rd photo is not "enlargeable." Did you put the frames, now bars, in the middle or to one end of the TBH? Are there more photos in this series? Thanks for sharing!

    1. Sorry no one did photos of chop'n'crop. I will try to write a post about it. I have put them in the end because I always have end entrance. No more photos sorry. This was more about showing that top bar beekeeping is starting to get into schools and universities :)