Beekeeping is all about place. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and places we beekeep on today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We also acknowledge our gratitude that we share this land today, our sorrow for some of the costs of that sharing, and our hope and belief that we can move to a place of equity, justice and partnership together.
Honey Fingers loves 'bee cultures'.
Bee culture is a term used to describe the special culture that exists between bees and humans. Promoting, exploring and experimenting with bee cultures – the intersection between bees and humanity; a celebration of our symbiosis – is what drives our research and practice.
We are more than an urban beekeeping network.
We are a creative and dynamic project that explores the intersections between farming, food, art, history, design and education; and we always revolve our work around bees.
Honey Fingers is only six seasons old and is continually growing, and transforming, to suit the directions new friends, new projects and new ideas take it.