North Coast Sustainable Beekeeping Class
3414 W Street Eureka
Join us for this amazing and educational beekeeping class focusing on learning how to be a sustainable beekeeper in our coastal climate. With pollinator numbers dropping at an alarming rate, it is imperative that we all take action now to help save these vital members of our ecosystem. Taught by Brad Woodward, veteran beekeeper and Co-Owner of Woodlynbrand Beehives, you will learn everything it takes to establish and maintain a healthy bee colony here on the northcoast. Plus, you’ll be able to reap the rewards of all your hard work with a bountiful supply of sweet, golden honey!
When: Classes are taught every Tuesday evening from 6:30 pm – 8pm between January 29th – April 16th
Where: in the Sequoia Park Zoo Flamingo Room (additional apiary lab classes offered offsite on Saturdays)
Cost: $120 – space is limited: contact Brad Woodward at moc.l1571437570iamg@1571437570gnipe1571437570ekeeb1571437570fotra1571437570 to register.