Introduction to Beekeeping 2022 sponsored by Durham County Beekeepers Association
Sponsored by the Durham County Beekeepers' Association, this introduction will:

♦ Prepare you for setting up your first colony of bees.
♦ Support you in your new role as a beekeeper.
♦ Help you get through your first winter.
♦ Introduce you to a community who values sharing information with each other.
♦ Help participants determine if they want to become beekeepers.
♦ For those who are interested, it will also prepare you for the Certification Exams overseen by the NC State Beekeepers Association.

We will be using a hybrid approach for Bee School in 2022, with weekly online meetings and multiple in-person workshops. It will kick off on Tuesday, January 18, 2021 at 6:30 pm and will meet for 8 weeks. We will utilize an asynchronous learning model that uses Google Classroom, where pre-recorded information and other materials will be stored. In addition we will have online meetings once a week on Tuesday evenings where we review the content and engage with experienced beekeepers and other members of the class. The workshops will take place on weekends, scheduled once class begins and as weather permits.

To register, please enter your information below and we will send you an email with instructions for submitting payment and securing your spot in the class.

January 18th - March 8th
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Location: Online! Google Classroom / Meet
Total Cost: $65

In the registration process we have requested one's zip code information. This will allow us to get a general idea of where people and their hives are located, with the goal being to create small groups of beekeepers that are located close to one another.

Check out last year's YouTube video about Bee School 2021:
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