Cedar Anderson the Co-Inventor, CEO & Co-Founder of Flow Hive and the Flow Hive technology that has been hailed as the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852 joins Enterprise Radio.
Hear to host Eric Dye & guest Cedar Anderson discuss the following:
- Please tell us more about Flow Hive, why it was started and what your overall goal is.
- Describe the Flow Frame technology. How does it make honey harvesting easier on honeybees? What are the benefits to honey making yourself?
- Can anybody use Flow Hive?
- It is perfect technology for beginners.
- We need some help with setting up beginners for beekeeping success.
- A project you recently completed was called Blossoms in Billions. Let us know about it.
- Why is it so important that the public be educated about the advantages of beekeeping as well as the importance of supporting pollinators all over the globe?
- Are there any summer savings you can make? Or where can they learn more about Flow Hive. For more information, where can one go?
Cedar Anderson began beekeeping at the tender age of six. He followed the example of his grandfather and father. Growing up on a bushland “intentional community” in northern New South Wales, Australia, Cedar didn’t have a TV. Cedar spent most of his free time inventing crazy things to please his family and friends.
It was during a particularly nasty summer honey harvest that he decided, “there has to be a better way”, and got to work with his dad Stuart on the decade-long process of inventing a gentler, easier system.
The Flow Hive has been hailed as the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852, and the Andersons’ company has now shipped more than 65,000 orders all around the world.
Cedar lives in the north of New South Wales, with Kylie, their daughter Jarli, and Mella.
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