The University of Wisconsin-Superior is hosting three separate free beekeeping workshops starting with a 101 class.

All three classes are geared towards providing people interested in learning more about general beekeeping knowledge.  The first in the three goes over how to become a beekeeper, covering the basic equipment needed, biology, tooling, protective gear, costs, bee health, and more.  Attendees will also be able to handle and learn to use beekeeping equipment and even assemble a beehive.

The first class is on Saturday, February 8th, at 9:00AM, and is being taught by UW-Superior biology professor Edward Burkett at Swenson Hall in Room 1013.  The classes are free but you do need to register to attend and you can do that here.  UWS Swenson hall is located at 1610 Weeks Avenue in Superior, WI.

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