• Celebrate Pollinator Week with a Madison Square Park Native Bee Tour

        Join us for a tour led by a Mad. Sq. Park Gardener and Guillermo Fernandez, Director of The Honeybee Conservancy, which will explore the different kinds of horticulture in the Park and how various kinds of bees make use of them. Meet us at the Southern Fountain, rain or shine, Monday, June 18th […]

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  • Plants, Pollinators and People: Native Bees & Other Pollinators at Kingsland Wildflowers

    At Kingsland Wildflowers, NYC Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them! Come out for a walking tour and cocktail hour on the green roof during NYC Pollinator Week. Join green thumbs from Growing Chefs in a seed packet-making activity using saved seeds […]

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  • Honey Tasting: Explore the Monofloral Honeys of the Trees of Madison Park

      Savour the distinctive honeys made from tree species found in Madison Square Park.  Learn how honey bees transform flower nectar into sweet honeys by The Honeybee Conservancy, a non-profit that installs native and honey bees throughout New York City and the U.S.

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    Save the Bees with the Girl Scouts of America

    Date: May 19th and May 20th Event: Save the Bees with the Girl Scouts of America Description of event: Detroit Hives will host a Conversation learning session with the Girl Scouts of America, where they will earn their save the bee badge. Location: Detroit Hives East Warren Apiary 9336 E. Warren Detroit, MI 48214 Time: […]

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  • Mercatino di Miele: Eataly NYC Downtown

    What’s buzzing at Eataly NYC Downtown this weekend? In celebration of World Bee Day, we’re hosting a Mercatino del Miele – Honey Market! Explore the world of honey and their buzzing makers on Sunday, May 20 from 12-4 p.m. in our marketplace with complimentary tastes and fun hands-on activities. WHY ARE WE CELEBRATING HONEY…AND BEES? […]

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  • Mercatino di Miele, Eataly NYC Flatiron

    What’s buzzing at Eataly NYC Flatiron this weekend? In celebration of World Bee Day, we’re hosting a Mercatino del Miele – Honey Market! Explore the world of honey and their buzzing makers on Saturday, May 19 from 12-4 p.m. in our marketplace with complimentary tastes and fun hands-on activities. WHY ARE WE CELEBRATING HONEY…AND BEES? […]

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  • Bees and Flowers Tour on World Bee Day

    Immerse yourself in the extraordinary world of bees and flowers, and see inside an active behive, on this urban beekeeping tour! Visit the exceptional Gardens of Remembrance and The Battery Bosque where more than 100 aromatic and native plants flourish. Tour the largest free perennial gardens in North America, which are home to some of […]

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  • Bee-havior: Why did my bees do THAT?

    Jim Fischer BeeTalk by The Honeybee Conservancy Lecture on understanding and harnessing the hive’s agenda Venue name: Arsenal Gallery in Central Park Address: 830 5th Ave (64th Street and Fifth Avenue), Third Floor Gallery Nearest public transportation:Subway: F to Lexington Ave–63rd St; N, Q, R to Fifth Ave–59th St RSVP here  

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  • Honey bee pathogen, Nosema ceranae

    Jonathan Snow, Ph.D. Department of Biology, Barnard College, Columbia University BeeTalk by The Honeybee Conservancy Professor Snow, Ph.D. discusses the microsporidium Nosema, a prevalent parasite of the European honey bee (Apis mellifera). Venue name: Arsenal Gallery in Central Park Cross street: 64th Street and Fifth Avenue Nearest public transportation:Subway: F to Lexington Ave–63rd St; N, […]

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  • Why Do Bees Like Dirty Water?

    Rachael Bonoan Honey bee nutritional ecologist and Ph.D.,Tufts University BeeTalk by The Honeybee Conservancy Beekeepers have noticed that even though they give their bees a really nice, clean dish of water, their bees always go for really dirty water sources. Why is that? Venue name: Arsenal Gallery in Central Park Cross street: 64th Street and […]

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