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An Introduction to Beekeeping

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Join us on an extraordinary look into the fascinating world of honey bees and beekeeping.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: the surprising history of beekeeping, how critical bees are to our food system, what is Colony Collapse Disorder and the unique issues urban beekeepers face in New York City. You'll also learn the basics of beehive design, bee biology, and how honey bees communicate through smell, sound and dance.

WHAT IF I WANT TO BECOME A BEEKEEPER?: This class is perfect for those of you who are considering beekeeping for the first time. If you decide you want to become a beekeeper, join our 2020 Beekeeping Apprenticeship Program.


YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Master Beekeeper, Carin Zinter. A rare mix of beekeeper and educator, Carin will guide you on your unforgettable beekeeping journey. Carin is certified as a Master Beekeeper through the rigorous testing established and maintained through the Eastern Apiculture Society.

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