Honeybee Awareness Day is all about education. Through education we can help our lovely bees survive in a world that is getting harder for them. This is a day that we set aside to invite other beekeepers, The Land Conservancy’s Pollinator Program, and families together to share our knowledge and empower all of us to help all pollinators. This year we will have Nathalie Chambers from the Land Coservancy with us to do Wild Pollinator Walks around our farm pointing out areas that are specifically suitable for certain pollinators. We will have our own beekeeper/meadmaker Bob Liptrot doing educational talks on honeybees and ecology. There will be face painting for kids, A special paid tasting of past vintages to raise money for the Land Conservancy’s Pollinator Program, and we hope it will be a wonderful, family inspired day for all of us to learn more.
I hope you can join us between 12pm – 5pm on May 27th. More information on the Pollinator Protection Program can be found on the website for The Land Conservancy of BC.