Want to help in the worldwide effort to save bees? Learn the basics of beekeeping at Crabtree Farms this Saturday, Feb. 21. Local beekeeper David Reed will discuss what you need to know about beekeeping to get started.
He’ll cover questions such as: What kind of equipment do I need? Where can I gather these supplies? How do I handle multiple bee stings when I check my hive? What do I do if my bees get out of control and swarm my household?
All of your beginner’s beekeeping questions will be welcomed and encouraged in this session. The workshop is intended to help you determine whether or not beekeeping is right for you. If you do decide to start your own healthy hive, you will learn the next steps for your beekeeping adventure to be successful.
Come see what all the buzz is about. The workshop is free for members of Crabtree Farms and $10 for non-members. Prior registration is required. Reserve yours by contacting Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling (423) 493-9155, or by going online to crabtreefarms.org and paying via PayPal.
“Beekeeping for Beginners”
Saturday, 10 a.m., Crabtree Farms, 1000 E. 30th St., (423) 493-9155, crabtreefarms.org