"Slow Bee": A Fundamental Shift Towards the Wholeness of Bees, GGF 2/4
With Michael Joshin Thiele
in the Wheelwright Center
at Green Gulch Farm
Saturday, February 4, 2017
9 am – 4 pm
“Slow Bee” is an attempt to redefine our relationship with bees and to create a new paradigm of apiculture. We will study the unique matrix of the life of honeybees and their intricate inner organization, and look at strategies of integrating core life principles into our own apiaries.
This workshop will offer a biodynamic vantage point and a bee-centric approach. Participants will be able to integrate new information and insights into the upcoming 2017 bee season.
Open to all levels of beekeeping and bee-lovers.
Fee: $90; $81 current SFZC members; $72 limited income.
- Fee includes a delicious, organic lunch cooked in the Green Gulch kitchen.
- Some partial scholarships available.
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