Prince's Beekeeping Project
The Prince’s Beekeeping Project is a free youth club open to all Edmonton and area junior and senior high students (11–19 years old). This club will be led by Dustin Bajer, and students will learn the skills required to keep and maintain urban bees. In addition to technical beekeeping, hive building, and honey harvesting and marketing skills, there will also be a focus on developing entrepreneurship and leadership skills.
The Prince’s Beekeeping Project is a sustainable agriculture initiative offered in partnership with Prince’s Charities Canada and the Edmonton Community Foundation. This project will educate local youth on the ecological importance of bees, and provide practical experience in urban beekeeping.
The club will meet once per week from July to November.
This program is now full for the 2016 season. Please check back in 2017!