• September 07, 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Belmont University

Seminar for Teachers

Bees in the Classroom

The Nashville Area Beekeepers Association will be conducting a seminar on Saturday, September 7that Belmont University.

The goalis to help teachers and educators learn how to teach students about honey bees, other pollinating insects and their importance to our ecosystem.

The target audienceconsists of public school teachers, private school teachers, 4H instructors, FFA instructors, Ag in the Classroom teachers, etc.

The locationof the seminar will be at Belmont Universityfrom 9:00am until about noonon Saturday, September 7thin the McWorter learning center.  

Our instructor will be Katharina Davittfrom Keno, Oregon. Katharina is a prominent instructor of young people in the western US.   See attached synopsis of her seminar.

Registrationwill be on-line at   Cost is $10 per teacher and will include handout material.

Driving instructionsare attached.   Park in the McWorter garage and follow the signs to the meeting room.

Please help us by attending and spreading the word about this seminar to help educate science and agriculturally oriented educators.

Gene Armstrong

President, Nashville Area Beekeepers Association

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