• Breukelen Country Fair @ The Wyckoff House

    Bring the whole family for a day-long extravaganza of local growing, hands-on homesteading, and creativity that turns the traditional harvest festival on its ear and boasts an array of games, crafts, local food, music, demonstrations, and family-friendly workshops led by local partners. Arrive by 1:30pm for a Puppet Show presented by City Parks Foundation’s PuppetMobile. Children 13 […]

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  • Kingsland Wildflowers Festival

    Lets continue celebrating National Honey Month by joining us for a pop-up honey tasting while exploring the amazing 22,000 square foot green roof of Kingsland Wildflowers for their 3rd annual Kingsland Wildflowers Festival on Saturday, September 22nd from 12-4pm. Located at 520 Kingsland Avenue, Brooklyn. One such wildflower grown at Kingsland is Bee Balm, a […]

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  • Madewell Roosevelt Field

    Happy National Honey Month! Save the date for Saturday, September 15th for a pop-up honey tasting at Madewell Roosevelt Field Mall to learn about how honey is made, the many health benefits of honey and the differences in single varietal honey vs. wildflower honey. We will explore different honey from around the world and make comparisons […]

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  • Bronx Harvest Festival

    Come join The Honeybee Conservancy at the New Roots Community Farm Saturday, Sept 8 from 1-4pm for their annual Bronx Harvest Festival and learn about the amazing work they do! We’ll host a pop up honey tasting and we will learn about various honeys from around the world and talking about the importance of our […]

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  • Honey Tasting @ Patagonia Upper West Side

    Wine fans are probably familiar with the idea of “terroir,” that a region’s soil and environment is reflected in the wine.  Honey works the same way. Honeys can taste different based on where the bees live. Join us for a honey tasting at Patagonia Upper West Side, which will include NYC honey as well as […]

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  • Honey Tasting @ Patagonia Upper West Side

    Wine fans are probably familiar with the idea of “terroir,” that a region’s soil and environment is reflected in the wine.  Honey works the same way. Honeys can taste different based on where the bees live. Join us for a honey tasting at Patagonia Upper West Side, which will include NYC honey as well as […]

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  • LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR – BEE BOOTH

    From August 31 through September 23, 2018, volunteer members of theLos Angeles County Beekeepers Association and the Beekeepers Association of Southern California will be on hand at the LA County Fair Bee Booth educating thousands of school children and the general public about honeybees and their importance in our lives. The LA County Fair is one of the […]

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  • Beekeeping’s Sweet Spot! Honey in the kitchen and at the Fair

      Beekeeping’s Sweet Spot! Honey in the kitchen and at the Fair with Nicole Gaouette of DC Bee Honey, a professional pastry chef to be announced shortly, and more.  Here’s a bunch of creative, professional and fun tips on what to do with all that honey you harvested, or might have in future. We’ll have groovy […]

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  • Beekeepers Nicole and Guillermo

    Urban Beekeeping: Cities are Better with Bees

    *** Private event *** Urban beekeeping is popping up globally in iconic places such as Paris’ Jardin du Luxembourg and London’s Buckingham Palace. Since legalizing beekeeping, NYC has led the charge with beehives pollinating the 700 urban farms and gardens spread across the Big Apple that provide access to healthy produce for local residents. During […]

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  • Bug Day

    Do you enjoy seeing monarch butterflies? Do your grandchildren count the spots on ladybugs? Are your kids curious about the natural world around them? Explore the wonderful world of invertebrates at Wehr Nature Center’s Bug Day celebration! Show, Tell, and Touch displays will include live invertebrates found throughout Wisconsin and across the globe. Invertebrates are […]

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