new perspectives on the cultivation of our honeybee

Devastating honeybee losses have resulted in rallying calls to ‘save our bees’. Media interest and a multitude of campaigns have raised public awareness and yet also reinforced popular myths. Concern for bees is high, but what might it mean to consider the conservation of a farmed creature? 

Informative and thought-provoking, Farming for the Landless travels from the intensive agriculture of Romania to fallow post-war Kosovo, from remote sites in Slovenia and Sweden to the urban sprawl of Paris and London, exploring changes across the European landscape to better understand this critical moment for honeybees, beekeepers and the non-farming landless community we have largely become.


Previous Events

Saturday 14th March 2015, 3-4.30pm

Kennington Park (behind the cafe), St Agnes Place, London, SE11 4BE

Book presentation at  London's honeybee-centric social enterprise.
 All welcome.

Previous Events

Sunday 1st March 2015

Sheringham Road, London, N7 8PF

The very first presentation of Farming for the Landless with author Sarah Waring
and Caroline Birchall, founder of the Bee Collective and ecologist working for B-lines with Buglife
at Islington’s award-winning city farm.