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 largest county fairs in the country and the most-visited event in the Los Angeles region in September. It’s an end-of-summer tradition for many.

OBSERVATION HIVE:
Gather round our fabulous HONEY BEE OBSERVATION HIVE. See if you can FIND THE QUEEN! Let us spark your interest in honey bees, their amazing lifestyle and social structure, how they help feed the world, how they have survived for millions of years, and learn what you can do to help the bees.

Honeybees are responsible for nearly 1/3 of our entire diet in regards to the pollination services they provide for a large majority of fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes.

On view is the beautiful honey bee photography by international photojournalist & bee photographer Kodua Galieti http://www.koduaphotography.com/

HONEY! HONEY! HONEY!
Delicious pure, natural, 100% raw local honey direct from Los Angeles County beekeepers is available for purchase. Pick up HONEY STIX in YUMMY flavors and vibrant colors.

2018 AMERICAN HONEY QUEEN!

The Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association is once again honored and priviledged to host the American Beekeeping Federation’s national spokesperson, the American Honey Queen.

Kayla Fusselman, the 2018 American Honey Queen, will be at the Los Angeles County Fair Bee Booth on Wednesday, September 19th, from 9:00 – 4:00.

Kayla’s very knowledgeable about honey bees and will be speaking to fairgoers about the importance of honeybees in California agriculture and how honeybee pollination directly shapes our livelihood.  She will also share information how honey’s beautiful spectrum provides endless possibilities and the many treats that honeybees provide.

Kayla will be available to answer questions and help educate the thousands of school children who visit the bee booth.
Kayla’s trip is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association.