Beekeeping Basics and Beyond
Texas Beeworks founder, Erika Thompson, delivers an informative and hands-on presentation into the mind-boggling world of the honeybee hive. Great for anyone simply fascinated by bees -- and a must-do for folks interested in becoming beekeepers.
We'll also experience a honey tasting, marveling in the vast differences in color, consistency, and taste based on the beehive's diet.
Plus, enjoy some delicious snacks from Austin's Wella Bar, which donates part of their sales to bee research. Oh, and we'll have some honey-based beers!
In this class, Texas Beeworks will cover:
All about honeybees
Beekeeping basics, tools, and best practices
How the hive works
Hive management and beekeeping best practices
Products of the hive (how bees produce honey, pollen, and beeswax)
Why bees are essential to life as we know it on Earth
Come enjoy a pleasant afternoon in the Articulture gardens and learn more about one of the most amazing creatures and sophisticated colonies on the planet.
All class registrants will receive 10% off any purchases in the Articulture boutique and nursery during the day of this class. So....spoil yourself with some home decor or living art you crave, or pick up a unique gift while saving a trip.
About Texas Beeworks
Texas Beeworks is beekeeping company based in Austin, Texas with a mission to preserve, protect, and increase honeybee populations across the Lone Star State by helping bees and beekeepers thrive. Founded by Erika Thompson on the principle of putting hives before honey, Texas Beeworks supports the health and wellness of honeybees through public outreach, host-a-hive programs, mentorships, and more.