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Honey Harvest 2004

  1. 1. Creative Discovery Museum Honey Harvest 2004 <ul><li>In 2004 local beekeepers became affiliated with the Honey Harvest at the Creative Discovery Museum. </li></ul>Pictured: Marcus Moyers – showing a frame of honey.
  2. 2. Creative Discovery Museum Honey Harvest 2004 <ul><li>The TVBA stresses beekeeping education to the public. The Honey Harvest is a great way to accomplish this. </li></ul>Pictured: Marcus Moyers – Showing how to uncap a honey frame.
  3. 3. <ul><li>We teach hands on extracting of the honey. We like to get the youth involved at an early age. </li></ul>Creative Discovery Museum Honey Harvest 2004 Pictured: Marcus Moyers and his son Ben – showing how to extract honey.
  4. 4. Creative Discovery Museum Honey Harvest 2004 <ul><li>We had many different flavors of honey for people to sample. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Newspaper Article 2009 <ul><li>Here is a clipping from the newspaper article. This is showing an observation hive located at the Creative Discovery Museum purchased by the TVBA. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Newspaper Article 2009 <ul><li>This is the newspaper article of the 2009 Honey Harvest. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Junior Beekeeper <ul><li>Many children that attend the honey harvest for years later will become successful beekeepers. </li></ul>Pictured: Marcus Moyers son Ben: successful year of beekeeping due to short course offered by the TVBA.
  8. 8. Riverbend 2009 2009 was the first year that the TVBA handed out educational information to the public about beekeeping. Riverbend is a local festival where thousands of people are in attendance. Pictured: Marcus Moyers –President of TVBA
  9. 9. 2009 TVBA Picnic

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