The only product this would be a consideration is on books and Jute bags. For orders over 100 books, we encourage you to contact us directly on email@example.com. We will look at freight options and potentially look to offer a discount on books for orders over 100.
Yes, we absolutely do. We offer this with our books and Jute bags, where the organisation receives a considerable discount on the RRP. If you are interested in working with us on this, please email for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer free readings (incursions) in centres in Greater Sydney, with a minimum book purchase. Just contact us to find out more.
Bee's are vital to our food supply, with it estimated that over 1/3rd of our daily consumption requiring a bee to help pollinate it so it would grow. In Australia, we are currently free from bee disease, which has had devastating affects in America and China. Bee's are affected by pesticides also and in some parts of China, they have to hand pollinate their crops as they have no bee's or other pollinating insects left.
The bee represents something significant. It is not just another bug that annoys us and we want to kill. By telling its story, we hope that it helps our next generation be more connected with nature and their food supply and start to protect these precious parts of our eco system.
We reached out to Achim Steiner, a great advocate of the protection of bees, to quote him. In his words:
“The way humanity manages or mismanages its nature-based assets, including pollinators, will in part define our collective future in the 21st century……The fact is that of the 100 crop species that provide 90 per cent of the world’s food, over 70 are pollinated by bees.”
- Achim Steiner, Executive Director UN Environment Programme (UNEP) 2006-2016.
If you are lucky enough to already have bought a book, please join our mailing list to get the names of vegetables not listed in the Vegetables book.!
The "Feeding Growing Humans Beautiful Yummy Food - Vegetables" book has a lot of pictures that you may need some help with. In the book, we ask you to do some of your own research. But here, we will add in some help.
The pages that ask you to name the varieties are:
You have a go at naming the varieties in the pictures and we will send out names in our newsletters. Share your pictures with names with us and you may get a $10 discount code for your next online order.