Posted on October 23, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

Monday, October 29 7 pm – 9 pm Dr. Roger Epp Conference Room (2-004) Augustana Campus You are invited to join a rural Camrose family in an informative presentation on their experience of starting and keeping a bee farm. Take an evening out to explore the fascinating process for these small-scale bee keepers, who have …

Monday, October 29
7 pm – 9 pm
Dr. Roger Epp Conference Room (2-004)
Augustana Campus

You are invited to join a rural Camrose family in an informative presentation on their experience of starting and keeping a bee farm. Take an evening out to explore the fascinating process for these small-scale bee keepers, who have taken the lead to aid the expansion of local bee populations and have accumulated some delicious honey in the process. With the steady decline of bee populations threatening capabilities for food production, now is the time to learn of the inherent value of these vital and interesting pollinators. Get firsthand information on how you can help to spread the word on the importance of bees, as well as learn the amazing benefits of local, unpasteurized honey!

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