The Bee Awareness Society is again gearing up for another busy year of installing observation bee hives in Kootenay Region schools. 2019 will be the Society’s fifth year of activity. The Society’s mission is to install the observation honey bee hives and then to provide age appropriate learning activities for the students to teach them… Continue reading BAS getting “Buzzy” for 2019 Season
Buzz off, bylaw! Local group petitions city to scrap bee bylaw. – Nelson Star Wildflower students watch bees in a portable hive. The school wants an observational hive installed in one of its classrooms. Photo: Tyler Harper Keith Stetsko wants a bee hive in every school in Canada. But right now he’ll settle for Nelson.… Continue reading BAS Makes the News
The Bee Awareness Society was thrilled to be one of seven displays chosen to display at the Columbia Basin Symposium from October 13 – 15, 2017. Over 400 people attended this three day symposium for networking with dynamic speakers regarding Climate, Demographics, and Technology. The highlight of the weekend was the keynote address by Colonel… Continue reading BAS Attends Columbia Basin Symposium
The Bee Awareness Society is proud to announce that they have been selected to receive a grant of $1000 from the Kootenay Savings Community Foundation. See the News Release from KSCU here for a list of all the recipients in the area. Special thanks to the Foundation for supporting local bee education!