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Honey Bees & Pollinators Please! Local Women a BUZZ  with Un-BEE-lievable Conservation!


Close-up of a honeycomb pattern, likely beeswax with hexagonal cells.

                                          Honey Bees & Pollinators Please!

               Local Women a BUZZ with un-BEE-lievable Conservation!

                                                                                        FREE WOMEN'S WORKSHOP

                                                                                   BRING A FRIEND & A  LAWN CHAIR!

                       R.S.V.P. by June 4th by Phone: 320-269-2696 or Email:

Have you heard the buzz about honey bees and pollinators? Did you know, the Upper Midwest is the highest honey-producing region in the nation? Why do bees swarm? How does local honey benefit you? Why are honey bees important? Come hear from a long-time beekeeper and other conservation staff about honey bees, pollinators, and their importance in our ecosystem and what you can do to BEE the change!




at Chippewa County Park-Wegdahl

5:30 pm—Welcome


-Presentation and Demonstration by Lynn Wiebe, Local Beekeeper and Owner of Weebee’s Honey

-Make & Take Bee Nest

Note: If it rains, the event will take place in the Assembly Room at the Chippewa County courthouse.


Person in beekeeping suit with a smoker, tending to a beehive.
Beehives in a garden with colorful flowers and trees.
A close-up of a bee on flowers.
A badge-like image with a bee in the center, surrounded by the words "Bee the change you wish to see" in a circular pattern.
A roadside honey stand with various jars of honey and related products on a blue checkered tablecloth, including a sign saying "HONEY FOR SALE."