Do It Yourself Workshops
We are excited to announce the addition of “DIY Workshops” to be held in our NEW retail building this winter!
Holiday Wreath Decorating – December 6th 6PM to 8PM
Thank you to all that participated! It was a great night filled with fun and laughter. Thanks for making this a huge success, and we look froward to seeing you next year or sooner.
Bee School 2019 at Southridge Farm in Walpole
Much attention has been given the plight of pollinators. Beekeeping is a wonderful hobby that benefits both the beekeeper and the environmental community.
Southridge Farm has partnered with long-time beekeeper Tony Lulek to offer an 8-week beekeeping course that is a combination of hands-on demonstrations and lecture-led discussions that will teach you everything you need to know to get started. Enrollees will benefit from a smaller group where individual needs will be met by ample time for questions each week. Graduates of this course also receive one-on-one mentoring with Tony for the first year.
Bee equipment, Bee biology and anatomy, Starting your first hive, Products of the hive, Bee-friendly vegetation
Dates and Times:
• 8 weeks beginning in February 2019 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
• 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, and any snow days would be make up on 4/4 or 4/11.
Southridge Farm and Nursery (400 South Street Walpole, MA)
• $200 per person | $50 one additional family member
Registration & Payment:
• Class size is limited. Registration and pre-payment are required.
REGISTER BELOW (at bottom of page), IN PERSON AT OUR LOCATION, OR BY PHONE!
(Registration is not complete until payment is received)
PAY BELOW, IN PERSON AT OUR LOCATION, OR BY PHONE!
About Tony Lulek:
Tony first enrolled in bee school in 2004 and has since been a passionate member of the bee community. He is an active member of the Norfolk County Beekeepers Association as has served as past president (2009-2014), director and lead instructor. He has promoted legislation at the state level and was involved with “People Protecting Pollinators” a program set up by like minded individuals to advocate for stopping the use of pesticide impacting all pollinating insects. Tony Lulek was awarded the Massachusetts Beekeeping Association’s Beekeeper of the Year for 2016. He is the owner of Little Beehive Farm in Holliston.