Honey Bee Workshop
September 26 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Have you ever wondered what it a day in a bees life would be? If you have an interest in bees and getting your own honey this workshop is for you.
This workshop is a two-part event featuring two local apiaries. The first workshop features Rawley Point Honey, LLC presenting Bees 101 – learn about the hives, the life cycle of bees, and even get to extract a honeycomb with your hands!
The second workshop features Natures Hex. Learn how much honey bees produce, local vs national brand of honey as well as what environment is best for the bees. What can we do in our flower beds to help!
Date | Saturday September 26, 2020
Time | 10:30am – 11:30am – Bees 101 – learn about the hives, the life cycle of bees, and even get to extract a honeycomb with your hands!
Rawley Point Honey, LLC, Two Rivers
12:30pm – 1:30pm – Learn how much honey bees produce, local vs national brand of honey as well as what environment is best for the bees. What can
we do in our flower beds to help!
Natures Hex, Milwaukee
Location | Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center – North Conference Room
$8 Youth (4-18)
Includes Admission into Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center!
You can RSVP for the workshops here: https://securepayment.link/farmwisconsin/general-seminar-registration/
Rawley Point Honey, LLC – Two Rivers
Owners Dean and Kathy Greenwood will be sharing their passion on beekeeping and having hands on experience for you to learn how to extract honey!
Quote” Dean shared his expertise and passion for beekeeping with my students at Denmark Community School, and it was evident that he is highly committed to slivering a top quality product along with a healthy environment for his bees. Thanks for working with our students!!!”- Melissa Dupke
Nature’s Hex – Milwaukee
Owners Erin and her husband have been fascinated by the wonders of bees for some time now. They have recently started their own business and strive to become more self-sustainable by preserving nature and the little power houses, bees. Their mission is to share what they have learned, share the hard work of the bees and allow us to be mesmerized by Nature’s Hex.