The Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association. NOFA/Mass welcomes everyone who cares about food, where it comes from and how it’s grown

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Organic Bee School

Organic Bee School
March 23, 2013 (All day) to March 24, 2013 (All day)
Boston University
755 Commonwealth Avenue
Room 314
Boston, MA
Cost: $125 NOFA members; $145 non-members
Changed to Saturday, 3/23 and Sunday 3/24, 8:30am-4:30pm due to storm

During this two-day Bee School, Jean-Claude Bourrut will go over the basic techniques of organic beekeeping, including materials and equipment; beehive structure; the life cycle of bees; hive development; dynamic, seasonal apiary work; honey and hive products; common pests and diseases, and their organic management.  
 
For those who are thinking about getting bees or are new to beekeeping, this is a great way to learn the how, why, and when of organic bee management. 
 
Instructor: Jean-Claude Bourrut has been keeping honeybees for 20 years in urban and suburban settings.  He currently manages a dozen hives in two apiaries.
 
Pre-registration required.
Cost: $125 NOFA members; $145 non-members. 
Books will be provided on the day of the class, for an additional $12. 
  
For more info, please contact Drew Love by email at drew@nofamass.org or by phone at 330-801-0389.

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