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Bee Apocalypse – The Man-Made Perfect Storm

August 19, 2023 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM


Bee Apocalypse – The Man-Made Perfect Storm

Honey Bees are disappearing – Understand the mystery of these amazing pollinators.

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Workshop Details:

  • WHEN: Saturday, August 19, 2023
  • TIME: 9am – 10 am 
  • WHERE: Beauty’s Community Garden:  3201 Airline Dr. Houston, TX 77022
  • Admission: All Ages
  • FEE: No Charge — The $10 donation fee is waved for all classes through August 31, 2023
  • RSVP Begins: May 18th, Space is limited so reserve your spot.
  • Share Link: bit.ly/3BaWrPH
  • Program questions: [email protected]
  • Beauty’s Community Garden Website : www.beautyscommunitygarden.org

Participant will Learn:

    • Honey Bees are the main pollinators for 1/3 of all the food we eat.
    • How Honey Bees evolved.
    • The reason we are losing honey bees.
    • The three main reasons that might be the cause of honey bee loss.
    • The life cycle of the honey bee.
  • Cancellation Procedure: Your mobile number will be collected (and will only be used) in case there is an urgent message. This is usually used in case we need to cancel or reschedule the event, usually due to unexpected problematic weather conditions. All other communications will be sent via email. Note we do not sell or share your information with any other organization and/or business. We do collect certain information to gauge participation and the demographics of attendees.
    • Note: If this class gets canceled, the fee collected will be used as a credit for a future class. Fees collected help to support Beauty’s Community Garden’s programs.



Beauty’s Community Garden
3201 Airline Drive
Houston, TX 77022 United States
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We appreciate the support of all participants.

Beauty's Community Garden is located at 3201 Airline @ E. 32nd Street, in Independence Heights–the first African American municipality in Texas.  Our mission is to close the gap on food inequities and achieve a community culture of health and well-being. Our programs, events and educational materials focus on breaking the cycle of food insecurity, poor nutrition, and the resulting health outcomes people experience who have poor access to fresh produce. These communities are called food deserts, and our garden is located in one of forty plus food deserts in Houston. We are committed to transforming lives through showing the connections between growing foods and their nutritional impact on health, wellbeing and life's possibilities.