Zoom Online Class for Imagine Your Story - Fables, Fairy Tales & More

Join Mark as he discusses the following: 

  • Inspections / monitoring
  • Feeds - artificial and natural
  • Diseases - treatment vs non-treatment
  • Typical habits of bees
  • Bees are the “canaries” of the insect world and their relationships with Native Plants

This is the third of a four part series on beekeeping. Registration required to receive Zoom connection information.

Log into Zoom.us join the Zoom Class Meeting at the appropriate time. You can join by desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet. If you are on a smartphone or tablet download the Zoom Go To Meeting app before clicking on the link provided. If you don't have access to wifi just call in by dialing the highlighted number given. Please allow a few extra minutes at the beginning to download the software/app if it is your first time using Zoom. You will need to let Zoom.us to connect to your device.


About the speaker: 

Mark de Kiewiet has always had a deep love of nature and spent much of his youth and early adulthood in the Southern African bush. Mark holds three University degrees in Engineering and Technical Management and provides system solutions to process and people problems.


He is a Master Beekeeper, Master Naturalist, presenter to the Master Gardener and Naturalist Certification Programs and a Keynote Speaker.  Mark has been a guest speaker at the International Organic beekeepers Conference, Earthday Conference and World Bee Day Conference.

Mark started the “Bees-in-the-East” club to provide a platform of mentors for aspiring Beekeepers and to promote a holistic approach to Nature conservation.  The club also provides educational programs and Apiary inspections for members.

Monday, July 13, 2020
6:00pm - 7:15pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
MFP Library
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This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Bethanie Corder