12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
35 Union Street
Brunswick, ME 04011
Caroline Eliot, Executive Director, Cathance River Education Alliance discusses the magical world of these industrious creatures, what they do (besides making honey) that benefits us, and what it’s like to be a beginner beekeeper with no prior experience! Also learn about the benefits of planting native plants for bees, insects, birds and more! Free, open to public. Bring your lunch, we’ll provide drinks, chips and dessert! Please call to register at 729-0757. FMI www.peopleplusmaine.org.
Caroline Eliot lives in Bowdoin where she keeps bees, chickens, and (mostly) native plantings. She loves spending time outdoors and is an enthusiastic observer of nature, but considers herself only an amateur naturalist. She has worked in land conservation and natural resource planning in Maine for many years. She is the Executive Director of Cathance River Education Alliance in Topsham and was Associate Director of Brunswick Topsham Land Trust for seven years.
Cathance River Education Alliance, Connecting People to Nature, est.2000, FMI www.creamaine.org