Intro to Beekeeping Workshop Series

Interested in getting started with beekeeping? Already a beekeeper but would like to learn more? Join us each month as we delve topic by topic into the art and science of beekeeping. You will learn by doing, and gain valuable personal experience under the guidance of Dr. Jason Graham, who spent seven years  doing research in University of Florida's Honey Bee Research & Extension Laboratory. Learn Bee Biology, Tools & Equipment, How to set up an Apiary, Dealing with Pests & Diseases, Products of the Hive, and more. No experience necessary!

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Bee-Themed Field Trips

Bees are crucial to our survival, and many people depend on bees to make a living in various ways. These bouncing field trips are offered as an in depth look at how bees impact our lives. Learn from Honey Producers, Bee Researchers, Growers, Artisans, Mead Makers, and others as they offer a glimpse into their trade and share their perspectives of why bees are so important.

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Summer Camp

Planet Bee’s summer camp will include daily STEAM activities such as nature walks, insect collections, learning about bees, bee yoga, dancing & music making, math & physics experiments, and time to interact with our observation hive full of contained live honey bees each day!

Community Adopt-A-Hive

Community gardens, nonprofits, and other community groups in the San Francisco Bay Area can bring a beehive to your location, providing an opportunity for environmental stewardship for the local community, including beekeeping lessons, honey harvests, and more over the course of each year!

Bee-Day Parties

If your child loves bugs and is getting ready to celebrate a birthday, include Planet Bee for an event they’ll never forget, as we bring our observation hive full of contained live bees and hands-on activities to suit your needs, such as games, sample inspections, honey tasting, and more!

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