Around the World, People of the World.
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| Until now, we have learned quite a lot of things
through relationships between honeybees and humans. I have met people
around the world and talked with them in order to further deepen and widen
the sphere of apiculture at the Yamada Bee Farm. Among those are some
of the world authorities on honeybees, as well as people who are making
tireless efforts for the sake of apicultural societies. What is shared
by all of them is pride in their job, commitment to their job, and a deep
love for nature as well as beekeeping. I believe it is a vital mission
for us, the apiculture industry, to transfer to society the knowledge
and culture of the intangible profits we have made through these experiences.
So that as many people as possible can get a close look at the beautiful
world of apiculture, which has been handed down beyond time and geographical
limitations, and so that we can pass on the wonderfulness of apiculture
to the next generation, I'd like to report on my experience, and what
I learned from people around the world as an apiculturist.
Apiculture Reports from around the World
Participation in the 7th IBRA
Conference on Tropical Bees
XXXVI International Apicultural
Congress, Vancouver, Canada
Producer of High-quality Propolis
The Country of Apitherapy, Romania
Apiculture Industry in Australia,
an Agricultural Giant
My Encounter with the "Honey Standard"
in a Developed Apiculture Country, Germany