BEE KEEPING

Taking a beekeeping class is so important for today's beekeeper. There has been lots of changes since grandpa kept bees. Without knowing how to keep bees today, you might lose your new hive quickly or the first winter. We are here to help .  Some benefits to keeping bees are: Tax exemption, Special Valuation, produce your own honey. 

What is the class about?

The B Logic Beekeeping Course was designed and developed as a comprehensive yet easily understandable introduction to bees, beekeeping, and honey production. In every one of our classes, we provide students with the general knowledge that all beekeepers need to succeed. In addition, we provide the opportunity to suit up (bee suits and gloves provided of course), and gain a real-world hands-on experience at one of our own apiaries. If you're looking to start beekeeping or just learn more about those wonderful little pollinators, you'll find this class is a real sweet time.

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Who leads the class?

B Logic beekeeping instructors are known for their commitment to teaching sustainable beekeeping practices in addition to using a local, "organic", approach to maintaining hives. Our instructors all have significant beekeeping backgrounds and will ensure that every student leaves our class with the most rewarding learning experience possible. If you have questions or comments concerning one of our instructors, please contact us and include the name of the instructor you are inquiring about.

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When are classes?

Classes are held on Saturday's or Sunday's Kempner Texas and classes usually begin at 10am or 1pm. Our class is approximately 1 hour long. Please check out our calendar for the most up-to-date schedule and availability for each location. Classes are held year-round but weather is always taken into consideration.

Our current Beekeeping class locations:

- Kempner, TX

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What should you wear?

We highly recommend all students to adhere to the following dress code for safety reasons:

*Jeans or long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, and closed-toed shoes that cover the ankle*. We also recommend everyone bring a* baseball cap. *It will help keep the beekeeping veil/hood up on your head. Wearing tall boots will also help ensure a proper seal with your beekeeping suit and prevent bites and stings from other insects that may be present in the bee yard.

*You must be at least 7 years of age or older to participate. Participants 9 years of age and under are free of charge for beginners beekeeping classes only.  Participants under the age of 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.*

All participants must sign a Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement. To expedite your class check-in procedure, please bring a signed Participant Agreement with you to class.

Ready to start class?

Print and sign the participation form to be ready to go when you arrive.