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Andrew realised a long ago that the survival, health and well being of the United Kingdoms wild bees is of critical national importance and that is why he he uses advanced technology in our hives to monitor bee health and the impacts on the bees from global changes to our climate. 

With a masters degree in Environmental Policy, Leadership and Legislation and also being a Chartered Environmentalist, Andrew’s role is to act as our environmental consultant and full time beekeeper he also takes the lead in all of our scientific research projects.

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