This course takes you through basic knowledge and understanding of bees. If you are interested in beekeeping, this is your first step. Or, if you just want to learn more, you can start here.
Massive bee deaths leave us with questions. Colony collapse disorder, viruses, environmental stress, neonicotinoid pesticides, varroa mites, habitat loss, the list goes on and on. But the evidence, the research, and the science, are all clear. Come learn the facts.
Learn what obstacles we currently face in our ecosystem, and what you can do, both as an individual and as a collective, to help.
May 8th —The Fascinating World of Bees, Introduction to Pollinators and Native Habitat
May 15th — Honeybee Biology and Colony Structure
May 22nd — The Many Products/Medicines of the Hive
May 29th — A Day in the Bee Yard
June 5th — Conclusion: Spreading the Awareness of the Importance of Pollinators
Where: Fairview Cemetery, Main Building 4501 Stanley Avenue
Cost: $275 plus tax (310.75)
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