Agriculture, Event, Washington County

Bee school offered by county group

File photo of a bee

Bees are becoming more active as temperatures begin warming to 50 degrees and above, and the Tualatin Valley Beekeepers Association is inviting the public to attend its annual Bee School short course.

Late February is the beginning of active bee season in western Washington County and the Tualatin Valley, and this is the perfect time of year for people curious about honeybees and other pollinators to get engaged in beekeeping and observation. 

Bees look for flower nectar to consume carbohydrates and for pollen to use . . .

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