Introduction to Bees & Beekeeping
THIS CLASS IS A 2-PART SERIES ON AUGUST 6th AND 8th, FROM 6:00 – 8:30pm
Want to learn more about honey bees and pollinators? Considering beekeeping, but want to learn more before you invest? Just bought your bees and equipment, now what? Have some experience in beekeeping but not quite confident in what you’re doing?
Then this class is for you! Introduction to Bees and Beekeeping will focus on the principles of beekeeping.
Learn the history of beekeeping, honeybee biology, plant and pollinator relationships, and essential equipment & requirements.
By the end of this class, you will be ready to work your own colony the first year and be able to help experienced beekeepers with their hives.
This class is part of the Midwest Master Beekeeper Program.
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Class Refund and Cancellation Policy: Refunds will only be given up to one week prior to the first week of class of any session. (The refund period for some classes, which require advanced reservations or purchase of materials, may be more limited.) Cancellations will incur a $5 handling fee for programs costing under $100 and a 10% handling fee for programs with fees of $100 or more. If a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, you will be notified, and a full refund will be given.
If this class does not meet the minimum participation requirement, you will be notified of the cancellation within one week of the start date.