Women's Beekeeping Apprenticeship 2019 Dates:

••• Class limited to 12 women •••

Program will start Fridays at 10am and end on Sundays by 5pm

All multi-day sessions will be held in Sebastopol, CA

Video conferences to occur during in between months

The weekend schedule is subject to change due to seasonal weather and nature of the bees.

That being said, most weekends will follow as such:

Fridays/Saturdays 10am-6:30pm

Sundays 10am-5pm

February Session: 15th - 17th

Video conference One: 11am, March 23

April Session: 19th-21st

Video conference Two: 11am, May 19th

June Session: 21st-23rd

Video conference Three: 11am, July 21st

August Session: 23rd-25th

Video conference Four: 11am, September 21st

October Session: 11th - 13th


PRICING

EARLY BEE SPECIAL: APPLY BEFORE JAN 1ST, 2019

$1500 (INCLUDING $200 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT)

(Applicable to those who apply and pay deposit by Jan 1st + downpayment of $260 by Feb 8th)

APPLY AFTER JANUARY 1ST, 2019

$1600 (INCLUDING $200 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT)

DEPOSIT WILL BE SUBTRACTED FROM TOTAL TUITION

••• Payment plans available upon request. •••

Cancellation Policy: 

Cancellations before Feb 15th - will incur a $100 cancellation fee in addition to non-refundable deposit.

Students who do not complete program are still responsible for total tuition., due in full by Oct 2019.

Course fee includes teaching, class materials, guest teacher fees, property rental and supplies for class hives.  Classes will be held generally from 10am - 5:30pm unless otherwise specified.  Hive visits will occur at least once a session, depending on weather.  Classes will be taught primarily by Ariella, with possible guest teacher(s).

Students are requested to miss no more than 1 weekend session.  


Application

Please take your time filling out the form below.  If you would prefer to email me your answers, you can reach me at ariella@honeybeewild.com

- Previous beekeeping experience not required to apply -

Name *
Name
City and State
This program will involve working with live honey bees, some minor lifting, walking on uneven terrain, and exposure to the elements.