Would you love to learn more about the humble, hardworking honeybees that help to make our food system possible? Join us for a workshop series led by Lisa of Solidago Apiaries, and Kira of Avery Apiaries, covering everything from how and why honeybees do the many things that they do to what they can teach us about working together in community. We’ll also cover some of the basics of caring and advocating for bees, as beekeepers. This will be an introductory level class, and participants will have the chance to observe our hives at Fruition in action from afar (not up close and personal this time around). Join us for one workshop, or all three! *we’ll also have local honey available (cash sale)
In the “order notes” box at checkout, please provide the following:
~ participants’ pronouns
~ ASL interpreter (yes/no)
~ Have you been stung by a bee before? Do you have a bee allergy?
~ particular honeybee or beekeeping topics that you are interested in learning about?
Limited to 20 Registrants
Believing all flourishing is mutual, we offer sliding scale rates to increase accessibility and provide an opportunity for us all to take part in necessary redistribution for a more equitable world with joy