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Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting via Zoom - Tuesday, June 13
We are buzzing with excitement about our June program on bees. It should bee a honey of a program, so make a bee-line to our website on June 13. It's the place to bee as we welcome Texas Master Beekeeper, Ryan Giesecke who will discuss the history of native bees in U.S., the immigration of European and African honey bees, and how we can join the urban beekeeper's movement, which is now more popular than ever.
As president of Texas Association of Professional Bee Removers, past president of Trinity Valley Beekeepers Association in Dallas and of Metro Beekeepers Association in Fort Worth, Ryan lives and breathes all things bees and will keep the prevention "buzzing" and packed with interesting information for beekeepers and non-beekeepers alike!
FREE. 7:00 pm, Tuesday, June 13 via Zoom
From 6:45 to 7:00 p.m. you can log in to the meeting, chat, and ask questions. The meeting will begin at 7:00 with announcements, followed by our speaker's presentation.
Zoom sign up information will be available May 10.
Everybody is welcome. You don't have to be a Sierra Club member.
For more information, contact Victoria Howard, 214-855-1580 or Victoria@DallasSierraClub.org.
Videos of our General Meetings
Videos of prior General Meetings are on YouTube. Click here for a list of meetings with varied topics such as national parks, Critterman, beautiful photos from around the world, wild animals, activism, and more.
Dallas Sierra Club Outreach Speakers Program - Speakers for Your Group
The Dallas Sierra Club provides outdoor/environmental education in the form of entertaining and informative presentations by Dallas Sierra Club members with expertise in the topics offered. These presentations range in length from 30 minutes to one hour and cover a variety of topics in the general categories of outdoor adventure, environmental education, and general ecology. These talks are appropriate for a wide range of audiences including youth groups, school classes, civic and social groups, nature and gardening clubs, church groups, etc. Any group interested in an available topic is welcome to contact us. To see available topics and to schedule your speaker, click here.