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June 2, 2016

Learn How To Be A Beekeeper At The Urban Farming Institute Oakland Park

The Urban Farming Institute in Oakland Park is presenting a seminar on “How To Be a Backyard Beekeeper” on Saturday, June 4th from 10-11am. Topics covered are how to get started, costs, and licenses required. This free seminar will be held at the Urban Farming Institute (adjacent to Jaco Pastorius Park) 1101 NE 40th Ct, Oakland Park, FL 33334. Suggested attire is a hat, and closed toed shoes, it is also recommended to bring a bottled water as the class will be touring the apiary (a place where bees are kept) and gardens. Click here to RSVP.

Urban Farming Institute: micro apiary

Urban Farming Institute: micro apiary

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