Where Honeybees Thrive

Held at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve visitor center on Wednesday, May 16th, listen as presenter Heather Swan of the ​Nelson Institute’s Center for Culture, History and the Environment, shares her knowledge on honeybees. The decline of honeybees is cause for alarm and a symptom of global biodiversity loss. Beekeepers, however, are finding creative ways to build relationships with honeybees and steward ​their hives. Enjoy this sweet presentation!

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