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The specialist international beekeeping organisation
Making a difference worldwide
Tom Seeley is Professor of Biology at Cornell University in USA and is passionate about the value of beekeeping in reducing poverty. Tom is an eminent and prolific research scientist and writer on the natural behaviour and ecology of honey bees, and he has a great love of woodlands. His Patronage of Bees for Development presents an exciting link between his ground-breaking research and the everyday practice of beekeeping in African forests which informs Bees for Development's work