EDUCATION

On February 28,29 and March 1st 2020 Williams Honey Farm will host our fourth annual Beginning Beekeeping School! Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a beekeeper?  Are you overwhelmed by all the conflicting information found on the internet?  Do you need a little more education than just a textbook at home?  Do you want to train on the actual equipment you will be using?  We’re trying to change the way beekeeping schools are taught and here is your chance to jump on board.  Special sophomore beekeeper reboot class Friday night! Sign up here.

Williams Honey Farm has been producing raw all natural honey since 2008. We first started with 2 hives and quickly found it to be an addiction. We are passionate about raising healthy, happy honeybees and treat them like they are members of our family.Throughout the years we have managed hundreds of colonies in many locations. We have attended multiple trainings and met with beekeepers from Italy to New Zealand. Although we are continually learning every day, we have been lucky enough to mentor countless new beekeepers and cultivate new “Polleneers”.

In addition, we enjoy getting out in the community and educating the public on the plight of the honeybee. We have presented at schools, fairs, state conferences, local bee associations, and garden clubs. If you are a member of a group looking to host a guest speaker, please fill out the form below to schedule an appearance. Presentations will include powerpoint instruction, visual aids, and local honey tasting. If you are a beekeeper, please visit our youtube channel for videos on tips and tricks.

Need a speaker? We would Bee happy to talk!

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