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Bee Keeping Project
Project Information Page
The P.I.P. will tell you everything you need to know about this project: and how to successfully complete the 4-H year.
In this introductory project, members will inquire into how honey bees live and survive in colonies, how humans can help them to do this and also reap some delicious and useful rewards. Some activities may include learning about the different types of bees, understanding the social structure of the bees, dissecting a honey bee, creating seed bombs to launch into nature to create ideal bee habitats and visiting a beehive with a beekeeper to explore this exciting profession/hobby.
Project Completion Requirements: Documents to print
In order to participate in summer exhibitions and receive credit for completing this project members must have the following documents completed and displayed in their Member Portfolio at Dundas Plowing Match or l'exposition agricole in Evangeline
Print and fill out one copy of the following: Portfolio Documentation
Print and fill out this page for the this project: Project Page Documentation
Resources that should be reviewed by members with their leader or individually. Other resources will be added as they become available: