September 24 : Bee Keeping 101
Perfect for beginner beekeepers or those interested in possibly starting hives at home, Alix Daguin, our AOOA Projects Director, will teach the basics about bees and conduct a hive inspection. Say hi to the bees, learn about where they live and what the interior of a hive should look like. Please come dressed to impress the bees: wear loose clothing with long pants and long-sleeved shirts, tall socks, and work gloves.
Class starts at 2PM
Class is limited to 5 people
Class length is 1.5 hours
Appropriate for ages
We ask that a chaperone accompany any children to ensure children's safety on the farm and for a wonderful learning experience for all.
RETURN & REFUND POLICY
- Stuff happens so if you can't make it let us know 24 hours before and we will happily reschedule!
WHAT WE PROVIDE
- We have 3 young child-sized suits kids and 1 adult suit available for those who want to get close to the hives.
- Wear loose clothing with long pants and long-sleeved shirts, tall socks, closed-toe shoes, and work gloves.
WHAT YOU'LL LEAVE WITH:
More knowledge on beehives and what to look out for!