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Salty Wings #2 – The Harvest

"WE ACTUALLY got honey and we haven’t lost a hive,” Lockie exclaims, delighting in a successful first harvest. Earth Gardeners met Lockie Kerney and his beekeeping companions, Chris Martin and Ed Sloane, last issue. The three surfers-cum-apiarists, reside on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula and have amassed an apiary of 20 hives over the past 18 months. With enthusiasm and a few guide books — but no prior experience to their name — the trio navigated their first major harvest and share their trials and tribulations with

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