|Beekeeping class offered for beginners|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 31 December 2013 10:04|
WESTON - Anyone interested in learning about beekeeping can soon learn about the basic equipment, tools, costs, legal issues, what to expect when harvesting your honey, resources and references.
This class is the basis for a series coordinated and offered through Schooner Farms, Weston. To become a beekeeper you need to know what you are getting into, while beekeeping is enjoyable it is also very complex and many folks jump in without regard to some of the realities involved. Organizers tout this class is a must for people considering beekeeping.
Students will receive a beekeeping book along with handouts. The session will be held at 10 a.m. Jan. 11 at Schooner Farms. Participants must register in advance at 419-261-0908.
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