The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office is holding two bee classes on Saturday, Feb. 28.  The first class, at 2:00 pm, is called Bees and Me. This class will talk about what bees need to make honey and how you can help. It will also be on Bee basics, colony collapse disorder, insecticides, and Africanized Bees.

The second class will start at 3:30 pm and is called Be a Beekeeper. If you have ever thought about keeping bees, come and learn about our upcoming 12 month course offering.

The course starts March 14 and will be held the second Saturday of the month and will include hands-on mentoring and instruction. The cost for the classes will be $200, with a $100 deposit to reserves your space.

Both classes will be held in the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office at the Orange County Convention and Expo building.  For more information or to register, call 882-7010.


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