HALLOCKVILLE HONEYS A COMMUNAL BEE YARD

The perfect opportunity to support Hallockville Museum Farm!

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Sponsor a BEE HIVE in conjunction with North Fork Promised Land Apiaries
Learn about Bees from noted Master Beekeeper Chris Kelly

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We have over a half million bees in our yard! We had our first harvest this Summer!

For more information and to sponsor a hive: email info@hallockville.com or call the museum at 631-298-5292

Hallockville Museum Farm is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, sponsorship is tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.

 Upcoming Bee Keeping Events

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September 26, 10 AM – 11:30 AM A Year in Beekeeping!
Explore bee keeping with Master Beekeeper Chris Kelly of North Fork Promised Land Apiaries, learn more about these incredible pollinators, and talk to our Hallockville Honeys! Pre-registration required. FREE. email info@hallockville.com

October 24, 9:30 AM – 11 AM A Varietal Honey Tasting
A varietal honey tasting and discussion with Master Beekeeper Chris Kelly.
Pre-registration required. FREE. Email info@hallockville.com

November 14, 9:30 AM – 11 AM Where Do Bees Spend Their Winter?
Discussion on wintering your bee hives with Master beekeeper Chris Kelly.
Pre-registration required. FREE. email info@hallockville.com

WATCH FOR OUR BEE-INTENSIVE CLASSES THIS WINTER!

Sponsor Your Own Bee Hive And Help Save the Food Crop

Although no one likes to get stung by a bee, these insects are critical — indeed essential — to human survival. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, bees pollinate 75 percent of the fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in America. Every four out of ten bites of food Americans consume are courtesy of the bee population. Unfortunately, as you may know, bee populations have been in severe decline for several decades for a myriad of reasons, including habitat loss, pesticide use, climate change, air pollution, and disease.

So what can be done? Hallockville Museum Farm wants to do our part to protect bees and at the same time raise awareness of the critical issue of bee decline — and that’s the motivation behind the Hallockville Honeys initiative. We are partnering with Chris Kelly of North Fork Promised Land Apiaries, who will be maintaining hives on Hallockville’s 28 acre campus. Chris is a master beekeeper with, believe it or not, 50 years of experience tending hives across Long Island and is an enthusiastic and passionate advocate for these important insects.

We invite you to take part in this initiative by sponsoring your own hive for $400 or by joining with friends and family and splitting the cost. As a sponsor, you will learn about bees from a veteran bee-keeper, be there for the installation of your hive and take part in a “blessing for the bees” and honey harvest activities.

We urge you to join this important program by either going to our website, hallockville.com, or calling our office and leaving a message at 631- 298-5292.