RESCHEDULED FOR: Wednesday, April 13th, 4-5pm, Davidson 109
On April 13th, ELSB's Animal Welfare and Green Initiatives will be hosting an educational workshop in partnership with Beeing2gether, a local black-owned honey and bee farm.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about how our waste and carbon footprint are having a severe impact on our Earth and are detrimental to essential species that sustain us, specifically bees.
Our guest speakers, Keith and Shawn, will talk about the bee industry, how managing and taking care of bees works, how honey is produced, how climate change is impacting the bee population, and how our consumption of certain products is harmful.
ELSB will be offering free raw honey, reusable, plastic-free bee's wrap wax paper, and homemade soap at the event!
UofL Dining will also be offering local honey lavender shortbreads and honey lemon iced tea.
Please bring your friends and let's "bee" educated on how protect our little friends!