- Date: August 30 2015 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Venue: FAMU Research and Extension Center, 4259 Bainbridge Highway Quincy, FL
"Honeybee Health, non-Treatment strategies Intensive Learning Session" facilitated by the Rodale Institute's Michael Schmaeling
Learn about current issues facing honeybees and available solutions. The workshop will include demonstrations and hands-on training. The exciting learning session is for seasoned beekeepers, urban beekeepers and farmers interested in examining agroecology strategies that work to build healthy soil, healthy food, invigorate honeybee health and establish sustainable bee keeping practices.
Cost: Free to public
Registration includes lunch.
This session is provided as a collaborative effort of FAMU StateWide Small Farm Program, The Center for Biological Control, FAMU Entomology Department, Florida Beekeeping Association, and local beekeepers.