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Wild Teas: A Field Trip
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Instructors: Jay Rastogi

Learn plant identification plus wild foraging ethics and skills. This hands-on workshop will open your eyes to the wide variety of plants and plant parts which can be made into hot and cold drinks. We will walk the fields and woods of the Royal Roads University campus to observe and gather plants to make some delicious drinks. “Wild Teas” is a gentle gateway to the world of wild plant foraging and gardening. Bring a mug and drink in the wild.

$69.00 CAD
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Bee Keeping: Intermediate Course
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Instructors: Bob Liptrot

Learn advanced techniques for successful management of bee colonies; stock assessment and nutritional supplements; advanced colony manipulation and swarm management; queen production methods and breeding considerations; selecting for hygienic behaviour and mite resistance; external environmental stresses to successful beekeeping; pests and pathogens; management for honey and pollination production and marketing; and moving away from chemical dependency and the future of bees. Prerequisite: at least two seasons of bee keeping and/or Bee Keeping: Introductory Course.

$289.00 CAD
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