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Los Angeles area Beekeeper opportunities - Volunteer Beekeepers

All of our beekeepers are volunteers, and we always need more help. Beekeepers maintain hives at a school locations, and sometimes on nonprofit campuses. When you bee-keep with us, you're a volunteer teacher, too! All of your trips to the hive as a volunteer will be open to teachers, staff, and community members. Your goal is to keep the bees healthy, and hopefully train some new beekeepers in the process.


Local Beekeeper Apprenticeship Volunteer Position - Key Responsibilities

NOTE - All responsibilities will be performed as an assistant to the Beekeeper. Volunteer will always be supervised.

Construct and paint new equipment.
Set up and install new hives in spring.
Perform weekly health checks on bees.
Move bees as necessary.
Clean and organize bee yard.
Help set up for Beekeeping Bootcamp classes.
Feed or medically treat bees, as determined by beekeeper
Keep records of bee health.
Extract honey.

Training & Support:Beekeeping volunteers will receive individual training and supervision from the beekeeper. Training will develop skills in the following areas:

Bee hive installation
Apiary management
Bee health monitoring and record keeping
Bee disease and parasite mitigation
Honey extraction

Beekeeping volunteers will be provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) while working in the hives.


Baldwin Hills, CA 90008
Mihai - Text/call 310-906-0179
www.hostabeehive.org

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• Location: Los Angeles

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