The Nashville Area Beekeepers Association will be conducting a seminar on Saturday, September 7, 9 am – 12 noon at Belmont University’s McWhorter Building, classroom 102 (change from original location, see below). The goal is to help teachers and educators learn how to teach students about honey bees, other pollinating insects, and their importance to our ecosystem.
This seminar is designed for public school teachers, private school teachers, 4-H instructors, FFA instructors, Ag in the Classroom teachers, etc.
Our instructor will be Katharina Davitt from Keno, Oregon. Katharina is a prominent instructor of young people in the western U.S.. Click for a synopsis of her seminar.
Pre-registration is required and space is limited. There will be a $10 fee collected at the door to defray the cost of materials. Complete the form below to be pre-registered.
We have had a room change for the “Bees in the Classroom” seminar this Saturday.
- WE WILL NOW BE IN CLASSROOM 102 IN THE McWHORTER BUILDING
- PLEASE PARK IN THE NORTH GARAGE FOR McWHORTER HALL (#7 ON CAMPUS MAP)
- TAKE MCWHORTER ELEVATOR TO 1st FLOOR
- NOTE THAT BOTH THE McWHORTER BUILDING AND INMAN CENTER ARE ACCESSED FROM THE NORTH GARAGE. THE ELEVATORS ARE CLEARLY MARKED INMAN AND McWHORTER.
- EXIT THE MCWHORTER ELEVATOR ON THE 1st FLOOR