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The 'Beekeeper' Beekeeping System Offers a Spot for Bees to Flourish

 - Sep 14, 2017
References: scid.usc.edu.tw & homecrux
It has become a well-known fact that bees have become endangered, given the decrease in green space among other factors, so the 'Beekeeper' beekeeping system offers consumers a way to lend a helping hand to our pollinating friends.

The 'Beekeeper' features a design that enables bees to find sanctuary within, while also letting amateur beekeepers harvest their honey without disturbing the hive. This is thanks to the centrifugal design of the internal component that allows the honey to be collected without any mess or disturbance.

Some urban consumers are seeking out ways to infuse nature-focused pastimes into their lifestyles, so they can help the natural world around them. The 'Beekeeper' beekeeping system enables this in a streamlined way that will suit any outdoor urban space. The 'Beekeeper' is the design work of Che-Cheng Liang.