9YG619A Backyard Beekeeping: Beginning

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Honey bees are a wonderful addition to a garden. Learn the basics of beekeeping. Topics include equipment, how to get bees, what to do inside the hive, monthly tasks and organic treatment options. Includes a field trip to an apiary. 

Honey bees are a wonderful addition to any garden. They remind us over and over that flowers and bees are dependent on each other for their survival. But beyond that, honey bees have an enchanting quality to them that seems to charm.

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List of classes for 9YG619A Backyard Beekeeping: Beginning
CRN Location & type Days & time Dates Seats available More info
 
21754 SE TABOR 127 F
6-9:15pm
May 3
Instructor: Glen M Andresen
Tuition: $55.00 Fees: $0.00
and SE SE-OFF TBA Sa
2-2:50pm
May 4
Instructor: Glen M Andresen