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Re-envisioning Beekeeping in a Time of Crisis

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The accelerating loss of animal species and biodiversity reflects the urgency with which we need to move towards the preservation of honeybees. This course is an introduction to a system-based approach to beekeeping. We will combine contemporary entomological research, the study of natural wild beehive environments and cutting-edge trends in life sciences to better understand the complexities of the life and the needs of honeybees. With the newly gained knowledge of the course, participants have new tools to creatively adapt to fundamental challenges to the survival of honeybees. The Instructor will share various aspects of his work, among them examples from current rewilding projects, the craft of traditional tree-apiculture, and bee-centric strategies for beekeeping. We will study the essential role of honeybees in sustaining life on our planet and at the same time explore ways to preserve their life and foster environments conducive to their health and dignity. For all levels of beekeeping; beginners welcome. Live bees are not a part of this course. 

Class Details

4 Sessions
Weekly(2) - Thu

Location
Zoom Virtual Classroom

Instructor
Michael Thiele 

 

Notice

Please read:  Students will receive their meeting ID to participate online using Zoom. Please refer to your registration confirmation for your meeting ID.

Fee: 

$25.00


Schedule Information

Skip dates: (No class on 09/03/2020, 09/17/2020, 10/01/2020)

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
8/27/2020 - 10/8/2020 Weekly(2) - Thu 7:40 PM - 9:00 PM Online, Zoom Virtual Classroom  Map Michael Thiele