$10 – $30

Introduction to Urban Beekeeping

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700 Alemany Blvd

San Francisco, CA 94112

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Introduction to Urban Beekeeping

Saturday, May 25th, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at Alemany Farm
Instructor: Fernando Aguilar

Please join us in exploring bee biology and habits, responsible beekeeping basics, and learning about essential hive equipment. We will also look at an observation hive (subject to availability), take a safe peek at the Alemany Farm apiary, and get to taste some honey. This workshop is a great introduction to bees and beekeeping in urban spaces.

Fernando Aguilar is a former SF Beekeepers Association Board Member, and continues to be active with this organization. He’s lived in The City his entire life, currently residing in Bernal Heights, and has been keeping bees for 8 years.

Suggested Donation: $20, No one turned away for lack of funds. Our workshops are donation-based and support the farm. Please give at the suggested level or higher if you are able. If you are unable to make a donation at the levels listed below, please contact alemanyabby@gmail.com about attending the workshop.

Friends of Alemany Farm's Spring 2019 Workshops are generously sponsored by Google and Rainbow Grocery.

FAQs

What do I do if I cannot afford to make a donation?

Please contact alemanyabby@gmail.com

What should I bring with me?

This workshop will be held outside. Please wear layers, sturdy shoes, and sun protection.

Is there parking?

Yes there is limited parking on the farm (on the gravel drive inside the fence). There is also street parking on Alemany Blvd and Ellsworth streets.

Can I get there with public transportation?

Yes, please see the Get Involved page on our website



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