Tuesday, August 9, 2016, 7pm @ St John's Cathedral: 1350 Washington St, Denver, CO 80203 (map)
Nick French, founder of Frangiosa Farms started the Community Supported Agricultural (CSA) program; Adopt-a-Honey-Bee (Adoptahoneybee.com) soon after he started beekeeping in 2008. Nick will share his story and his mission to help establish healthy bee colonies and raise awareness about their importance to more than just food production. Through community participation, Nick has established 50 hives in fields, backyards, and community gardens in and around Denver. A huge advocate for the healing powers of honey, "The Bee Shepherd" will also discuss the many uses for honey, throughout history and some uses in modern medicine. Come and listen to his journey in beekeeping and stories of helping people feel better with honey. Nick's program and farm has been feature in CNN, NPR, Westword, Food & Wine Magazine, and 5280 Magazine
Meetings typically start at 7:00pm and are located at St. John's Cathedral, 1530 Washington Street, Denver, CO 80203 (map). Enter through the doors just east of the cathedral's parking lot, turn right down the hallway there and head to the end of the hall, we are meeting in the large room at the end of the hall.
NEW MEETING LOCATION: Starting with the May 10, 2016 meeting, the club will meet at St John's Cathedral: 1350 Washington St, Denver, CO 80203.
2016 Membership Dues will be collected at the next meeting. Dues are $16 for the remainder of 2016 and include co-membership in the CSBA. Please bring a check or cash. Click here to download the membership form.