What would happen if we had no bees?
Agriculture as we know it
would collapse
A world without apples, mangoes strawberries and pears.
Many animals would become extinct.
Put simply,
it would be a global disaster.
Help us bee the cure.


​“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”
Albert Einstein

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1 day ago

The privilege of being a beekeeper is not to generate as much honey as possible. We keep bees so that we can contribute to pollination. Actually the future of beekeeping is not in one beekeeper with 60,000 hives, rather it is 60,000 people with one hive. All of them approaching the art and craft of being a keeper of bees as a holistic practice (Simon Buxton ‘The Shamanic Way of the Bee’

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I might add,this is not done in Australia,and its not how honey is extracted in this country,we do not have bees in our boxes when extracting,they are left at the hives and the boxes are bought home to an enclosed extracting unit.once again,this is not how it is done in Australia. See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

I would love to see this issue go to the media. Ive sent a message to The Project as this woukld be a great avenue to get the word out to the Australian public. Do feel free to join me in asking them and other media to take an interest in the downright criminal activities of capilano honey. See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Look in the page comments section of people now afraid that the more expensive Capilano branded product (100% Australian honey) is fake. Mr Save the bees, your retardation and fear mongering is a cancer that spreads to other people. This no doubt is not an isolated incident of someone thinking the good product may be tainted like the home brand honey and you will have caused Capilano to lose sales, which in turn effects their Australian employees if the company loses money. I hope they sue you for every cent you have. See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago


Capilano Honey Limited & Anor v Simon Mulvany

Capilano Honey are bullying into removing posts.
Please read aIl I have posted this week.

Capilano Honey Limited & Anor v Simon Mulvany NSW Supreme Court Proceeding – 2016/48481
We refer to the orders made by his Honour Justice Campbell in this proceeding on 23 February 2016, restricting your client from publishing certain material (the Orders). We refer also to our email sent on 21 July 2016 concerning proposed amendments to the timetable then in place in this proceeding, due to the sheer number of matters complained of that needed to be pleaded.

Please write to Capilano Honey LTD corporation to stop bullying me and to end this court action.

This email of theirs seems to work:


1800 880 808

I’m holding a summons to appear at the Supreme Court of NSW. I was served with the #summons #affidavit and over 300 pages of #exhibits three days ago.
I, Simon Mulvany, am being sued for injurious falsehood and defamation by Capilano Honey Limited and its CEO Ben McKee. . I make no money from @savethebeesaustralia. All my posts are heart felt, most are a celebration. Bees are under stress environmentally some are being exploited for their honey and pollination this has resulted on colony’s collapsing around the world. The bee community and other environmentally conscious followers from the general community respond in the comments and the result is often an online forum where these issues are debated. The input comes from like minded people who share my concerns about bee welfare. Many are stakeholders in the industry, commercial beekeepers. Others consumers want the benefits of raw nutritious honey that hasn’t been heated. They didn’t know that Capilano ltd heated their honey, sell under many brands and use honey from #China #Mexico and #Argentina. My small income comes from gardening. I’m also care for Oscar 6 in the photo. I have saved and relocated over 160 colony’s of bees mostly for free and many that are left to be free rather than have honey harvested. Over winter I educate children. Some I have learnt have suffered from a syndrome that is caused by lack of nature. Their smiles and appreciation are my riches. I will continue to be inspired like the bee. Like bees I will endeavour to make something out of nothing . I will continue to just make ends meet in a life I love: sharing my work with #bees, enjoying time with my son, tending to the veggie patch and spending time with friends. Less is the new more. I am so proud of the honey map we as a bee community have created. The solution is beautiful: buying local, growing your own food and sharing.
Love Simon Mulvany . This issue is still ongoing the more I research @capilano_honey the more confident I am in going to trial. I appreciate your support and will keep everyone updated.

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2 days ago

My roses (and a variety of other flowering plants) do their best for the bees. See MoreSee Less

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