Apis Arborea – Rewilding Honeybees, GGF 4/28
With Michael Joshin Thiele
in the Wheelwright Center at Green Gulch Farm
Register Online Saturday, April 28, 2018, 9 am – 4 pm
The framework of Apis Arborea (www.apisarborea.com) is one of preserving the life and resiliency of honeybees through rewilding and through the restoration of habitat and natural hives. This allows for the development of a comprehensive and wholesome paradigm of apiculture.
In this workshop Michael will share various aspects of this bee-centric approach, among them current rewilding projects, the craft of traditional tree-apiculture, bee-centric strategies for apiculture, and an introduction into the intricate nature of honeybees.
Participants will be able to integrate new information and insights into the upcoming 2018 bee season. Open to all levels of beekeeping and bee-lovers.
Fees: $90; $81 current SFZC members; $72 limited income.
- Fee includes a delicious, organic lunch cooked in the Green Gulch kitchen.
- Some partial scholarships available.
To Register: Use the Register Online option. Or call the Green Gulch Farm main office at 415.383.3134 or the SFZC Reservations Office at 888.743.9362 or 415.475.9362.