Talmage Farm Agway will hold two six-part beekeeping lecture series: one for beginners interested in learning the basics and the other for experienced beekeepers who want to expand their knowledge.
Both classes are taught by master beekeeper Chris Kelly, a 50-year beekeeper and owner of Promised Land Apiary.
The basic beekeeping series will take place at 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of January, February and March: Jan. 8 and 22; Feb. 12 and 26; and March 11 and 25.
This class is designed to be a lecture series that will provide the beginner or new beekeeper with knowledge of the honey bee and cultural practices of raising honey bees on Long Island. Fee: $195. Registration form.
The continuing beekeeper series will take place on the first and third Wednesdays: Jan. 15; Feb. 5 and 19; March 4 and 19; and April 1.
This class is designed to be a lecture series that will provide the continuing or experienced beekeeper with additional knowledge of the honey bee and cultural practices of raising honey bees on Long Island. Fee: $250.
Talmage Farm Agway is located at 1122 Osborn Avenue
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