Date and time: 30th September 2021 14:00-15:30 Bangkok time (ICT)
The APIA would like to invite you all to come learn about the impacts COVID-19 has had on beekeeping and the different bee products on the 30th of September from 2pm Bangkok time (ICT).
Beekeeping in the ‘New Normal’ will be led by Mr. Tanapong Sampaoloi, an agricultural extension academic who is the Director of the Agriculture Technology Promotion Center (Economic Insects) Chiang Mai Province.
With more than 26 years of experience working with bees, Mr. Tannapong has a unique and in-depth perspective on the impacts COVID-19 has had on both beekeeping and the production of bee products, as well as the adaptation measures needed in the new normal.
One of the main objectives of the Center is to test the quality of products from economic insects. This includes testing quality of honey, which Mr. Tannapong is an expert in. With this knowledge, the webinar is a special opportunity to have any queries on the subject matter answered and can’t be missed by beekeepers, honey sellers, or anyone who loves honey alike.
The webinar is free of charge
The webinar will be in Thai with real time English translations
Please register for the webinar through the following link:
(Limited spots available)
The APIA is an alliance formed by WWF Thailand, Earth Net Foundation, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Southeast Asia, and GO Organics Peace International in 2020 to raise awareness on the importance of pollinators to the environment and economy, while creating intervention actions for change.