Countryman. Curtin University Professor Stephen van Leeuwen pictured with a Grevillea Eriostachya at Kings Park. For a story about regenerating degraded farming land into natural bushland. One of the benefits is more flowers for bees.

Indigenous-led ecological restoration research could double State’s honey industry to $100million

Main Image: Countryman. Curtin University Professor Stephen van Leeuwen pictured with a Grevillea Eriostachya at Kings Park. For a story about regenerating degraded farming land into natural bushland. One of the benefits is more flowers for bees. Credit: The West Australian, Jackson Flindell The West Australian

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