Today we will focus on schools. Montessori schools, Charter schools, etc. which can sign up to host a traditional outdoor hive or an indoor observation hive.
I get asked, "Is it safe to have a hive at our school?"
Answer: "Yes. As long as the hive is installed in a secure section of the garden and away from walking pathways. We recommend outdoor hives be secured in animal kennels or in a structure with a lock. As long as all student hive activities are supervised and safety procedures followed, students should be free from harm. Honeybees are generally docile in nature and are only prompted to sting when provoked. Indoor observation hives are enclosed and sealed."
Our Host Application: http://bit.ly/2hIDBY7
Walker Jones Education Campus Honey Bee Program https://www.wholekidsfoundation.org/about/school-success-stories-entries/walker-jones-education-campus