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The Historical Innovators in Beekeeping and their impact on Apiculture 

The Historical Innovators in Beekeeping and their impact on Apiculture 

Date: Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 

Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

Location: East Granby Public Library 24 Cenetr St East Granbt CT 860-653-3002 

 

The Historical Innovators in Beekeeping and Their Impact on Modern Apiculture is a 90 minute presentation. Learn Who discovered that Honey Bees can see color distinguish color. Learn who discovered that Honey Bees can hear. Do you know who invented the bee smoker? Learn who was the first person to document the first flight of the wright brothers, hint, yes it was a famous Beekeeper. Did you know that the first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest was a Beekeeper? Learn how The American Bee Journal and Bee Culture magazine came to be. Just how many famous Beekeepers do you know? At every Humble Bee Honey Company talk literature on the subject matter discussed is always handed out. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of The American Bee Journal, the oldest Beekeeping periodical in the world (only not in print during the Civil War) and as always Beekeeping supply catalogs for all major suppliers across the U.S. are always available at every talk we give. 

This talk is going to be held at the East Granby Public Library, 24 Center Street, East Granby. Call the library for attendance and details 860-653-3002