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Outback Apiary offers intro workshop, weekly hands-on experience

Feb 28th, 2016 | Category: News

BELLINGHAM – The Outback Apiary located in The Outback Farm on the south campus of Western Washington University is holding the annual Spring “Bee-In” Introductory Workshop on Wednesday, March 2. The workshop is open to the public and all are welcome to attend. This is a pre-season introduction to the Outback Bees Project – 2016, in which beekeeper Michael Jaross will cover weekly meeting times, basic ground rules, some elementary beekeeping essentials and safety issues. The workshop starts at 7 p.m. in Room 300 B in the Fairhaven College Building on WWU’s south campus. Free parking is available in “gravel lot” 12A. Hands-on beekeeping experience is offered weekly at The Outback Apiary, meeting on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons at 1 p.m. during the active bee season, about mid-March through Halloween, weather permitting. No experience or is equipment necessary.

One Comment to “Outback Apiary offers intro workshop, weekly hands-on experience”

  1. Jon Moore says:

    Michael,
    I would be interested in coming to your hive inspection mentoring program when you get started in 2017. I have purchased a couple of hives and signed up for the WCC classes next month.

    Thank You,
    Jon Moore

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