Transition Berkeley invites you to A Celebration of Bees! Please join us for a bee based potluck supper at 6:30, where we'll share dishes made with honey. or foods pollinated by bees, from apples to avocados and celery to green beans and lot of foods in between. Check out http://honeylove.org/list-of-food/
for more bee pollinated foods.
We'll enjoy some original bee songs from Occupella singers Hali Hammer and Nancy Schimmel. Come learn about the importance of bees to our ecosystem, and the challenges bees and beekeepers are having with chemicals in the environment by watching the fascinating film Nicotine Bees.
Our special guest following the film will be Jennifer Radtke from the BioFuel Oasis Cooperative, who'll give us an idea of what its like to keep bees at home and share some of her wonderful insights into the world of bees.
We'll have a chance to ask questions and discuss the film and an opportunity to take part in an initiative petition to ban pesticides that are harmful to bees. Hope you can buzz by!
For more info: info [at] transitionberkeley.com
Co-sponsored by Transition Berkeley & BFUU Social Justice Ctee.
Suggested donation $5-$10. No one turned away.
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