William Woodley – An Introduction

This is the first in a series of videos about a Victorian-era beekeeper who had the largest honey farm in England at the end of the 19th century. You can learn more about William Woodley on the Beehive Yourself blog site.

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After several years of doing research on William Woodley and trying various mediums to tell his story, I feel video is the best.

I have made an introductory video on Mr Woodley, and hopefully it justifies to the watcher, why telling Mr Woodley’s story is warranted.   So without further ado, please enjoy my video on WW.

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About Ron Miksha

Ron Miksha is a geophysicist who also does a bit of science writing and blogging. Ron has worked as a radio broadcaster, a beekeeper, and is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has written two books, dozens of magazine and journal articles, and complements his first book, Bad Beekeeping, with a popular blog at www.badbeekeepingblog.com. Ron wrote his most recent book, The Mountain Mystery, for everyone who has looked at a mountain and wondered what miracles of nature set it upon the landscape. For more about Ron, including some cool pictures taken when he was a teenager, please check Ron's site: miksha.com.
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One Response to William Woodley – An Introduction

  1. susan rudnicki says:

    I loved this video!! evocative music, lovely images, calm voicing. Looking forward to more installments— Europeans are different with their bees— I am going to the conference in Holland in late August—“Learning From the Bees” put on by the Natural Beekeeping Trust. I read that people from 28 countries are signed up!

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