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Honey Tasting & Pollinator’s Tour (260-622)

Saturday June 22, 12-2pm

In celebration of Pollinator’s Week, join us in the Native Garden stone circle for an array of honey flavors and textures harvested locally by Robert Mackimmie of City Bees. He'll explain why honey taste differently, and explain the methods behind urban beekeeping. A guided pollinator’s garden tour will follow the tasting.

Surrounded by astounding beauty and being one of the World's most unique environments,
San Francisco is an eternal garden city,perfect for creating remarkable honeys from the delicate
microclimates and truly delicious
neighborhoods. Taste the view.

City Bees™ got started in 1996 with four sustainable, long-term goals:

Assist threatened bee populations against recent health challenges.

Pollinate regionally by disseminating local bee populations.

Enhance lives by providing colony co-habitation in city backyard gardens.

Create unique and distinctive honeys from select neighborhoods and historic locations in San Francisco and the Bay Area.<

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Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $10.00; nonmembers $15.00 
Notes Saturday June 22, 12-2pm  
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ADMISSION FREE: all San Francisco City & County Residents, Members & School Groups     /     $7 Non-residents     /     Discounted fee: Seniors, Students & Children     |     We are located at the corner of 9th Avenue and Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park.     |     (415) 661-1316

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