Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Highline Honey Day

Hey All,

I'm bringing the observation hive to the High Line Honey day, along with some raw honey for sale. We'll be in the Artisanal Honey Market, just south of the 14th street entrance from 2-7PM. Hot damn!
Taste your way through New York City’s first artisanal honey market. Friends of The High Line and the Brooklyn Grange Farm invite you to meet beekeepers from all five boroughs at this pop-up gathering of spectacular, sustainable, hyper-local food producers.
Meet the beekeepers and take home a jar of your favorite borough’s honey.
Get an up-close-and-personal look at the inside of a beehive through a glass-paned demonstration hive. Sharpen your eyes to spot the queen bee, or catch a glimpse of the nuanced “waggle dance” that bees use to communicate the location of nectar hot spots. Learn which High Line plants these pollinators love to snack on.

VIEW & DOWNLOAD a guide to High Line Honey Day

14 Street Passage
On the High Line at 14th Street

Here is my blurb, for anyone interested:
Timothy ONeal of is a New York City public school biology teacher who maintains and consults on hives throughout New York City. He has kept bees for almost 20 years and got his first two hives in middle school. He was as popular as that implies.

He and a team of beekeepers from BoroughBees will join the High Line Honey Day festivities with an observation hive containing several thousand workers, a few hundred drones, and a single queen bee. See if you can spot her!

He will also be selling a limited quantity of seasonal foundationless comb honey, ethically harvested from treatment-free hives located in Fort Greene, Gowanus, and Prospect Heights.

I will have LINDEN honey from Prospect Heights and Fort Greene, as well as a very limited amount of FOUNDATIONLESS COMB HONEY. Maui wowie!

See you there!

c. Alex Brown Photography 2014

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