Pollinator & Honeybee Walk
Time & Location
Pollinators like bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, wasps and other insects contribute to one of three bites of food we eat. They support our ecosystem by helping plants reproduce as they visit flowers to drink nectar, feed on pollen and transport pollen grains. Join us as we slow down and look closely on a walk around the Homestead gardens, pastures, and meadows to meet the pollinators, and the plants that provide important habitat. Along the way, we’ll visit our honeybee hives for an introduction to honeybees and beekeeping, and learn about ways you can help support pollinator health in your own neighborhood. Following the walk, we’ll offer a sweet snack of honey from our beehives!
Interested in staying for dinner? We're celebrating our first honey harvest of the season with a shared dinner on the farm. We'll feature honey from our farm and other neighboring farms, in savory and sweet dishes cooked over an open fire by our resident chef. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/HoneyHarvestFarmDinner
- Pollinator & Honeybee Walk$25$250$0