January 9, 2011 at 9:10 pm (Bees, Honey)
Garrett Brinton manages 40 honeybee colonies located in Bayside, Jacoby Creek, Trinidad, Westhaven, Hoopa and Redway, producing local honey without the use of antibiotics or chemical mite treatments. To listen click here— if you would like to take his beekeeping course, contact HSU Extended Education for information (707) 826-3731:
June 2, 2009 at 12:41 am (Bees)
Tags: Bees, honey, pollination
Dick LaForge raises bees locally and has taught beekeeping classes at Humboldt State University for over 10 years. To listen to the interview with Dick LaForge go to:
Garrett Brinton will be teaching two Practical Beekeeping courses at HSU and one course at South Fork High School starting soon! To register for either of these courses contact the Office of Extended Education, 826-3731 or www.humboldt.edu/extended
|Info from Dick LaForge:
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