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The Honeybee Family: Who does What & Why

  • Jun 1, 2013 · 11:00 AM
  • Friendly Haven Rise Farm

The hive is an interconnected super-organism, a unique living being made of an entire colony. If you want to keep bees, it helps to understand the progression of roles each bee plays within the hive. Learn about these fascinating, generous little beings and their caring family relationships. After the indoor class we'll go outside for a tour of our bees, all who have different kinds of hives and history.

Read what folks said about this class last time we held it:

  • Mindy Fitch

    My husband, Jason, attended and shared many beautiful, informative stories with me and our girls upon his return.

  • Tracy Wiegman

    Thank you so much Jacqueline for this very informative and inspiring talk on bees. I am so grateful for your passion and that you allow the bees to be your guide. I knew I was going to like you from your website, and now, after beeing in your presence, I feel the deep sincere love and kindness you have for these amazing creatures. You are truly a bee shaman and I feel blessed to have you as part of my journey into the world of bees! Mother nature truly knows best and we would be wise to follow her instead of trying to control her! Thanks again!


All these classes have a natural perspective that embodies respect, kindness and sacredness of Life. Use your senses (and common sense) to understand what the bees are doing from season to season and learn ways to help bees thrive. These classes are good for new beekeepers and bee-friendly gardeners who want to care for bees in a non-conventional, organic and biodynamic manner. I'll also cover an embarrassing list of mistakes I've made over the years with the hope that you won't have to repeat these errors.

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  • Kerrie H.

    I'm sooooooo sorry to miss this class. I wanted to come and bring my 11 yr old nephew to it as well but we've had some schedule conflicts. I'll keep an eye out for the next class and hopefully it will work. I LOVED the swarm class and I really would like to take more classes from you. Thanks for everything and I'm very sorry!

    1 · June 1, 2013

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    A former member

    No $$ at the moment :(

    May 21, 2013

  • Laurie

    darn, wish it was on Sunday! :-) Can't accommodate everyone, I know! I look forward to taking this class when I can!

    May 9, 2013

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