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Class on beekeeping set for Thursday

WORTHINGTON -- "The Magic of the Honey Bee," a two-hour class on beekeeping equipment, bee biology, basic care of honey bees and environmental forces that influence the keeping of bees, will be hosted from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday in the Worthington ...

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WORTHINGTON - “The Magic of the Honey Bee,” a two-hour class on beekeeping equipment, bee biology, basic care of honey bees and environmental forces that influence the keeping of bees, will be hosted from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday in the Worthington High School Media Center.

 

The class will be led by Tim Olsen, who grew up near Windom and graduated from the University of Minnesota. Olsen then worked as a County Extension Agent in Minnesota and New York State. A beekeeper with eight years of beekeeping experience, he is president and lead educator of the NW Iowa Beekeepers Association and manages 25 bee colonies at six bee yards in the Luverne area.

 

To register, phone District 518 Community Education at 376-6105.

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