Beekeeping for Fun and Pollination
Learn from a local beekeeper the history of the honey bee, why bees are important to us, and how a bee society works within the hive.
You'll learn also what other products bees produce and how are they collected and used. Hear myths and truths about bees, their products and our health.
This course will be up close and personala one hour lecture followed by a walking tour of a working apiary. It will be a short, flat walk.
The beekeeper will describe what the group is seeing while the bees go about their normal foraging. After the tour, you will taste honey and have an opportunity to purchase natural flavored very low production, very high quality honey direct from the beekeeper.
If you are interested in becoming a beekeeper you will find this course an extremely useful primer.
be over 18 years no children are permitted on the property,
wear a hat that can fully contain your hair,
wear closed shoes that are comfortable walking in some sand, and
sign the LLCC waiver at the course.
Beekeeper's Home (View)
225 Michael Lane
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420