You too can become a bee keeper! This 90-minute course will begin with a discussion of the life cycle of the honey bee and an introduction to bee-keeping equipment. You will have the unique opportunity to watch the actual installation of a new package of bees in a new hive in a St. Michaels yard.  Refreshments provided.  Precise address in St. Michaels to be provided after registration.

IN-PERSON at a private location in St. Michaels

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Lisa Hamlin

Lisa has been beekeeping for 20 years, trained and mentored by her father, lover of all pollinators. Professionally, she is a CPA in Annapolis. She is hoping to spread understanding of the importance of providing a varied habitat for the bees and the birds.

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