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Beekeeping workshop at greenhouses on Saturday

A Saturday workshop at Little Mountain Greenhouses will delve into beekeeping basics followed by an introduction to Laura Cameron
A Saturday workshop at Little Mountain Greenhouses will delve into beekeeping basics followed by an introduction to Laura Cameron's new bee-inspired book, Circlebee: A Book about Circle & Bees.
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Ever dreamed of becoming a beekeeper?

A special workshop Saturday morning at Little Mountain Greenhouses, titled A Conversation about Honeybees and Beekeeping, will delve into the topic with local author and beekeeper Laura Cameron.

She'll be presenting a lively talk about bees and what we can learn from them if we listen.

The workshop will include the beekeeping basics followed by an introduction to Cameron's new bee-inspired book, Circlebee: A Book about Circle & Bees.

It's a great hour for anyone interested in becoming a beekeeper and managing a hive of their own. They can learn a little more about the practice of beekeeping, especially during a time of ecological crisis and uncertainty.

Cameron is also a community-builder, environmental educator and circle practitioner, as well as a foodscape gardener.

Join her in the bee conversation on Saturday, March 29, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Little Mountain Greenhouses Garden Center

Copies of the Circlebee book will be available at the workshop for $15 each. Please RSVP for the workshop by calling 604-792-4403

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