Beekeeping is all the buzz.
Patricia Indries, local beekeeper and owner of The Grateful Garden, will lead a 2 hour workshop on an introduction to natural beekeeping.
This class will cover the basic biology of bees, and include instruction on how to establish and maintain a beehive of your own using the sustainable method of top bar hives. Learn how to get a hive of your own, and how to keep them healthy!
The workshop will take place on Saturday March 2 from 10am-noon at the Homeless Garden Project.
Look forward to see you there.
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Homeless Garden Project
In the soil of our urban farm and garden, people find the tools they need to build a home in the world. The Homeless Garden Project provides job training, transitional employment and support services to people who are homeless. 80% of our graduates go on to find employment and secure housing. Programs take place on our organic seaside farm, crafts workshop, and downtown Santa Cruz retail store featuring products made in our training program. Our community education and volunteer program serves more than 1500 people each year.