Date: Tue, June 8th | Time: 7 pm | Location: Online on Zoom
The main presentation starts at 7 pm, but feel free to drop in beginning at 6:30 pm for an open Q&A session.
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Presenter: Grai St. Clare Rice is a co-founder of Honeybee Lives, with Chris Harp. She is an organic beekeeper, with 16 years of experience, as well as writer/photographer based in New York City. Grai is a native of New York City and describes herself as a city girl with a country heart.
After ten years as an Editor/Producer at CNN’s New York Bureau, and many years before in the film, art, and publishing worlds, Grai’s focus turned to beekeeping and writing. With her love and knowledge of honeybees she is able to use her talents to encourage a better understanding and appreciation of honeybees by the public at large and help nurture beekeepers to embrace a gentle spiritual approach to their care thru intensive classes, presentations and writings.
Topic: During the course of evolution, pollinators and plants have been involved in a seductive relationship that has been instrumental in creating the fecund world we live in today. Honeybees are the most productive pollinators because of how they communicate within the community of their colony. Understand how honeybees forage and how they interact with flowers in their search for nectar and pollen.
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