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Presentation: Honeybees in San Francisco

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Sunday, February 19, 2023 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*no reservation required

North Beach Branch Library | 850 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA

Event Details

Find out why bees can flourish in an urban area, how they organize themselves to survive and what we can do to help them overcome the many natural and man-made challenges they face. Local beekeeper, Kevin McKean, will cover a few key lessons that human beings might learn from our oldest and best insect allies and he’ll bring samples of local honey for those who want a taste!

Kevin McKean is a veteran journalist who got into beekeeping eight years ago, after a life-long fascination with these gentle, intelligent insects—as well as a passion for honey! He’s been a San Francisco resident since 2000 and currently serves on the board of the San Francisco Beekeepers Association, the non-profit league of local beekeepers.

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Cost: FREE*
*no reservation required
Categories: In Person, Lectures & Workshops, Nature, Outdoors
Address: 850 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA