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Beekeeping, Honey Bee and Pollinator Resources

This site is an educational place to find information about Beekeeping, Honey Bees and Pollinators.  Gain a mentor!  Learn what to plant to attract bees and pollinators, and/or to just become conscious about what is happening to our pollinator population.


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Honey Bees

The first in the series of "The Wonderful World of Pollinators"

Students explore detailed workings of a Honey Bee hive. While seeing vivid, up close pictures from an actual bee hive, student learn the specific and fascinating duties of each resident of the hive. With this one hour presentation there are Show & Tell props, hands on look at honey comb from a hive and other honey bee hive parts. (such as the hive, its frames, a Smoker, a Bee Suit, etc.). Also includes honey tasting. (for groups under 50)

Honey Bees Hive Entrance

Native Bees & Pollinators

The second in the series of "The Wonderful World of Pollinators”

In a one hour presentation students learn information about the vast world of Native Bees, Butterflies and Pollinators. There are many, many pollinators that will make that tomato, that cucumber or watermelon. How do they do it? Students learn the different types of pollinators that can be seen in the garden! The presentation includes:
How to identify a pollinator.
How and where these pollinators live and nest.
How pollination happen on different plants.
How-to-Instructions on how to build your own “Pollinator Hotel” to draw those beneficial pollinators to your garden.

Plan It and They Will Come

The third in the series of "The Wonderful World of Pollinators"

Student will learn what plants can be grown and what pollinator it will bring to the garden. This one hour presentation will inspire students to plant for our pollinators and learn what flowers the bees and pollinators Love.
This program includes instructions on how to create a small pollinator garden that can be made in your own yard through direct planting or making seed bombs, enabling the student to go out to enjoy bees and butterflies doing the work of pollination in their own yard.

Hi, I'm The Bee Lady

From the very first class that I attended about the Honey bee (apis mellifera), I was hooked!! Then I found out what has been happening to the bees and pollinators. They are steadily decreasing in population. Not just honey bees, but all pollinators. That is the reason for this website. To educate!

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