Treatment-free Beekeeping Workshop
By The Grit Staff | Jun 12, 2018
KUTZTOWN, Pennsylvania — Are you interested in natural beekeeping? If so, join industry experts Kirk Webster and Troy Hall on August 4 for the Rodale Institute’s Treatment-Free Beekeeping workshop. The day-long workshop will include demonstrations in the field with live bees, as well as lectures, slideshows, and discussion time. Attendees will learn how to manage productive hives without using synthetic inputs, such as pesticides, antibiotics, and mite treatments. The workshop will be applicable to commercial and hobby beekeepers alike.
Learn more and register at www.RodaleInstitute.org.
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