December 12 at 1 pm at Images
Benefit for Beekeepers Association
If you missed the Sunday, November 7, 11:00 am at the Triplex Cinema in Great Barrington, MA, another screening in Williamstown.
Honey Tasting & Honey Market
Honeybees are an essential part of our farm and food system because they pollinate our food crops. In the United States they pollinate one third of our food supply. But around the world honeybees are disappearing. Scientists are just beginning to understand the disappearance of bees and make recommendations for ways to help them thrive. This event will open your eyes to the plight of the honeybee and show you what you can do to help make a difference.
Illustration by Julie Scott. Click to see her portfolio.
Panel discussion following the film with local beekeepers
- Laura Endacott, Co-founder/Pres. of Project Bee, New Marlborough, MA
- James Ferris, Jug End Apiary, South Egremont and Beelixir, Alford, MA
- Tony Lulek, Little Beehive Farm, Holliston, MA
- Jan Johnson, Berkshire Wildflower Honey, Great Barrington, MA
Sponsored by Slow Food Western Mass, Kwik Print, Sheffield Farmers Market, Stagecoach Tavern, Project Native, Berkshire Grown, Triplex Cinema, Old Inn on the Green, Project Bee, Berkshire Co-op Market, The Nutrition Center and Berkshire Living.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Billie Best, firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-644-8971