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Honey Harvesting & Fall Beekeeping
Date: Friday, Aug 18 - Sunday, Aug 20, 2017
Subject: Nature Studies
Instructor: John Clarke
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For beginning beekeepers ready to harvest honey... Home-scale honey extraction and processing will be covered using supers from the Folk School's hives. Learn to identify your local nectar sources in forests, fields, and landscapes, and how to manage your hives for various honeys. There will be hands-on practice in fall honeybee management, including feeding the hive and controlling Varroa mites, hive beetles, and moths. Enjoy delicious honey during the winter, knowing your bees have a better chance of making it to spring!

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Tuition: $354.00
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