Kim Flottum - "The Buzz about Bees and the Future of Food"
Monday, June 25, 6:00 pm
At The Arsenal In Central Park, New York
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About Kim Flottum's Talk Kim reviews a bit of the the history of why the honey bee population has been declining, what effect
it is having on food production, and other aspects of our agriculture system that are adversely affecting
both honey bee and other pollinator systems, and the short, and long term effects on what's for lunch tomorrow.
Kim Flottum is the Editor of Bee Culture magazine, author of the best selling books "The Backyard Beekeeper","The Honey Handbook" and a new book,
"Better Beekeeping". He is a regular contributor to the Beekeeper's Quarterly, Mother Earth News Beekeeping Blog, The Kelley Newsletter, and several regional and national farm magazines and web pages. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Eastern Apicultural Society.
If you attended any of our talks in prior years, you know to expect a lovely evening with our speaker,
refreshments on the rooftop garden overlooking Central Park, and time to socialize with fellow Beekeepers & Bee-Lovers.
Books authored by Kim Flottum include:
Inscribed copies of all 3 books will be available for purchase from Kim after his talk.