The Learn Gardeners of Hamilton County, in association with the University of Tennessee Extension, proceeds their 2022 collection of third Saturday Gardening Classes. The next class will take place on Saturday at 10 a.m., with “Benefits of Beekeeping,” introduced by Master Gardener and Grasp Beekeeper Kendra Ware.
MGHC’s third Saturday Gardening Courses are absolutely free to the community and are out there on the web by means of Zoom. To register for the class and entry the Zoom backlink, go to: https://mghc.org/calendar/3rd-saturday-course-benefitsof-preserving-bees-in-your-backyard-2/.
Ms. Ware stated, “Master Beekeepers are skilled in bee botany, beehive items, and bee conduct. Lots of Grasp Beekeepers, myself incorporated, keep on their examine of bees by turning out to be Point out Bee Inspectors where they are rigorously educated in bee diseases and colony difficulties. Inspectors are on the front lines of defending the wellbeing of bees in Tennessee by inspecting bees prior to they are transported within the condition and helping fellow beekeepers when a hive is declining to determine the result in. My chat will protect bee fundamentals, which include: determining various kinds of bees, the makeup of a honey bee colony, how honey bees are element of our foodstuff source chain, and the sweetest subject of all, how the bees make honey. My family and I have been retaining bees for 6 many years. I appear ahead to sharing my passion about the relevance of bees in our gardens and to demonstrating people today how to support them thrive.”