Beehives in Tasmania's Southwest National Park

Issue No. 113: Tasmanian Rainforest Honey & other foods with a low environmental impact

More than half of the Australian state of Tasmania is preserved in national and state parks. That doesn’t mean there’s no enterprise. But instead of loggers or miners, the workers are much smaller. Amid the aromatic, shaggy-barked eucalypts towering over more kinds of ferns and shrubby pines than you can imagine in Tasmania’s Southwest National […]

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