Friday hours 8:00 am–6:00 pm
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Monday through Friday 8am until 6pm. Saturdays 8am to 4pm
E-mail us at email@example.com
or call Greg Rye at 720-621-7305
Feel free to sign up for our beekeeping classes this spring click this link for class schedule. http://wardlefeed.com/beekeeping-101/
Classes include ongoing e-mail support and phone support. We want you to bee succesfull with your bees. or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
720-621-7305 with questions.
Classes for 2013 include
Bee classes include information on starting a bee hive with a bee package or swarm. Basic hive maintaince, hive inspections, tools needed and equipment needed to get started. The focus is keeping it simple and beekeeping on a budget.
Swarm capture class includes, methods for capturing swarms, ladder safety, questions to ask a person reporting a swarm, having your equipment ready, tools that can be useful for swarm capture, swarms in difficult locations when to walk away for your safety.
At dakotabees.com we love our honey bees and native bees and enjoy giving back to the community I live in. I do this by donating my time to educate the public about the importance of these needed pollinators. Feel free to contact me about a community event, school group or other group interested in bees and what you can do to help these pollinators.
I will volunteer to speak with groups or schools about bees. I supply bee displays including live bees in an observation hive. Displays on native bees including several types of bee habitat, bumblebee nest, several types of wasp nests and other information on native bees and honey bees. Below are photos from a pre-school and Highlands Ranch Days.
On behalf of Arapahoe County Open Spaces and the Board of County Commissioners, we want to personally thank you for your contributions and volunteerism at our Oct. 20 Fall Festival at 17 Mile House Farm Park.
We were so pleased that you could represent the Colorado Beekeepers Association at the event, and help to celebrate the completed restoration and grand opening of the 17 Mile House Farm Park. Your informational booth added a very important element of environmental education to the event, allowing kids and adults alike to see and touch bee artifacts and learn about the importance of protecting bee habitat in our yards and open spaces.
We truly appreciate your time and efforts, and hope that you found the event to be a strong connection to the community for you and Dakota Bees. If you have any suggestions on how we might improve our Open Spaces program and events, please let us know. We look forward to an ongoing partnership with you in the future!