The first and second natural beekeeping classes were so fruitful and fun that I’ve decided to do a third one for those who couldn’t attend. This class will be on Saturday, March 26th, from 10am – 3 pm. It is designed as an introduction to beekeeping from a natural perspective, and emphasizes knowledge about the life history of bees so that one can steward them without interfering with their natural inclinations. It includes a practical how-to of installing a new hive, and presents the various benefits and drawbacks of different kinds of hives. My goal is to provide you the basic knowledge and familiarity to become a new beekeeper this spring. Please bring a lunch. Cost: $30. Teens and children under 18 are free. Call 206-790-0464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. The class will be held in north east Seattle.