NATURAL BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP BASED ON BIODYNAMICS -N.S.

NATURAL BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP FOR BEGINNERS BASED ON BIODYNAMIC PRINCIPLES
LATE SPRING 2014

Beekeeper Klaus tending to his bees. By Marc Geuzinge Photography photograph by Marc Geuzinge

Bello Uccello Honeybee Sanctuary will be holding it’s seventh and eighth Beginners Beekeeping Workshop based on Biodynamic Principles in late Spring 2014.

Klaus Langpohl, an experienced biodynamic beekeeper, will be your teacher and guide as he shares with you, one-on-one, the Amazing Life of the Honey Bee, inside and outside of the Hive . The workshop is designed to prepare you for your journey to become a Natural Beekeeper based on biodynamic principles. This is an intensive l5 hours
of classroom and outdoor, hands-on experiences. In a small class setting you will learn about the world of the Queen of the Sun and you will:

– learn about the science of the bee and the hive and the life cycle of the bee
– discover how to take care of the bees without chemicals,
– gain hands on experiences with the hives,gaining confidence in approaching, observing and working with the hive throughout the season
– learn about the equipment and assembly of a hive, and make your own wooden frames for the hive
– practice the art of inspecting the hive and Seeing what to look for as a natural beekeeper
– learn about the pests and diseases which threaten the bees and natural solutions to these challenges
– discover the calendar of beekeeping as a biodynamic beekeeper and view the natural world relationships which influence the honey bee
– meet others in a small class setting who are also environmentally conscious and place a high value on organic/biodynamic food quality
– learn how to regress the size of the honey cell back to its original mite resistant size
– discover how to locate a hive on your property

FOR 2014 Course Details please write to bello.bees@gmail.com

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