What’s New?

2011-12-18

 

New Honey Bee-Keepers Club on the North Shore – see Bee Club

 

New Bee Conservation Program starting in 2012 – see Bee Stewards in Programs menu

 

Honeybee Presentations for Elementary Schools – see School Presentations in Programs menu

 

Brooksbank Elementary School – Conservation Program for Native bees – see Bee Guardians in Programs menu

 

New Honeybee Apiary for the Squamish Nation community garden – see Harmony Garden - in North Shore Gardens

 

Native Bees data base – see Native Bees menu

 

Native Bee and Wasp Nest Relocation Service – see Bee Nest Removal menu

 

 

2012-1- 22

 

New Honeybee Apiary for the Loutet Urban Farm – see Loutet Urban Farm - in North Shore Gardens

 

New Community Groups Presentation Program – see Garden Club Presentations - in Programs menu

 

New Native Plants Links Page – Where to buy native plants and seeds – see Native Plants - in North Shore Gardens

 

New “Beekeeping News and Announcments” page – See 2012 Bee News in Bee Club

 

Beefriendly Presentations Schedule – see Beefriendly Schedule 2012 in Programs menu

 

 

2012 – 2 – 03

 

“Native Bee Garden”  addition to Gerry’s Garden – see Gerry’s Garden in Community Garden Sites

 

2012 – 5 – 15

 

Honeybees Colonies and Nucs available on North Shore – see Bee News in Bee Club

 

Scouts Canada – Troop #18 Seymour,  joins the Beefriendly – Bee Stewards Program – see Bee Stewards

 

 

“BeeFriendly”