SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Rutgers Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardeners of Middlesex County invite the public to join them for an “Introduction to Bee-Keeping” workshop at the EARTH Center in Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue, South Brunswick. The seminar will take place on Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. – noon.
Learn the basics on establishing a hive on your own property. Pat Evans, Master Gardener and amateur apiarist, will lead the seminar and share her experience in this art and science. It has been stated that with the pressures leading up to the recent “Colony Collapse disorder” outbreak, hobbyist beekeepers have made a positive impact on the Honeybee population. Middlesex County’s EARTH Center would like to help spark any resident’s interest in this age old environmental stewardship practice. At registration, there will be a request for a $15 donation towards program materials.
A supply of catalogues will be on hand to demonstrate the materials necessary. Also to be discussed will be garden plants that can serve as pollen sources in late summer when naturally occurring sources are not easy to find in our area. Weather permitting, the lecture will be followed by a brief walk outside.
Even if you can’t visit the EARTH Center this season, you can still get great gardening tips by calling the Master Gardner Helpline at 732-398-5220.
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