Hello, and welcome to the Wayward Bee blog and website!
My name is Jennifer Moore, and I live in rural East Sussex. I have long been a champion of sustainable beekeeping and wildlife gardening, and – more recently – embracing the regenerative agriculture movement with its applications to food production and how we live our lives.
I now have a Patreon site for those wanting to stay in touch with more directional learning and inspiration for wildlife gardening and sustainable beekeeping: Become a Patron! All my educational provision is now directed through my Patreon as this enables me to support my beekeeping contacts and keep the information up to date and available to all. I oversee the Thermosolar hives at the Solar Bee Project at Berwick, and run engagement events to combine art and nature.
I have a background in agriculture, natural history, ecology and education, and I have been keeping bees and chickens here since 2009. I am also a keen artist, photographer, writer and gardener, and the hives and hens have featured in a number of magazines and promotional articles.
I am also an illustrator and have published a range of birdwatching logbooks. My art website is here.
Oh, and I do enjoy baking cakes and sourdough…
Alternatively, email me at email@example.com 🐝🌼🍯
Featured articles and podcasts:
Living Being Podcast: A Bee C. Back to school with Jennifer Moore. Bees teach us so much!
How school bee projects create a buzz about climate change in schools 19 April 2021 TES