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EcoBrooks hosts a ‘Let’s bee friendly workshop’

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EcoBrooks is excited to announce a free “Let’s Bee Friendly Workshop” that will take place May 27 from 2-3 p.m. at the JBS Canada Centre.


This workshop will educate residents on how to support bee populations and the value of bees in our ecosystem. Attendees will also be given a bee house of their very own to take home (a $20 value).
Alfalfa Seed Commission bee expert, Brad Alexander will be on hand to share his expertise. He will explain the benefits that bees have on the ecosystem, how to encourage their habitat and dispel some of the common bee myths.
Space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Register to the “Let’s Bee Friendly Workshop,” by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The presentation is open to all ages and the workshop is recommended for ages 14 and older. The workshop will be located at the JBS Canada Centre Flexroom.
All 100 bee houses were made by the Brooks Composite High School Construction 3C Class.
“A special thanks to the students of the Construction 3C Class and to their instructors, Christian Lohmann and Dave Thompson,” says EcoBrooks Chairperson, Florence Juska.
“Their hard work went a long way in making this workshop possible.”

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