We’re excited to announce a Beekeeping 101 workshop in NYC. Our goal is to build positive and collaborative relationships and ensure that our beekeeping community has access to superior training, new techniques and mentoring on a range of practices for responsible urban beekeeping.
Our Beekeeping 101 workshop will give you fundamentals of bee biology and behavior and prepare you to keep bees. Hosted in NYC, this beekeeping 101 course will cover:
2018 CLASS DATE:
Sunday, April 8, 2018, 10am - 3pm
Synod House, The Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine
Amsterdam Avenue at 110th Street
A minimum donation of $20 is suggested for our Beekeeping 101 workshop. Seating is limited.
Roger Repohl began keeping honeybees in the South Bronx in 1999. He has given beekeeping and candle-making workshops and beekeeping 101 demonstrations at Wave Hill, the New York Botanical Garden, and other venues, and has lectured on the history and lore of bees and beekeeping at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and at the Cloisters. He holds a BA from Georgetown University and an MA from the Catholic University of America, and teaches ESL at LaGuardia Community College in Queens.
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