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Beekeeping Education Enthusiast Society (B.E.E.S.) (UTBEES)

We are a group of students and community members committed to educating ourselves and others about beekeeping, pollinators, and the production of local honey. We provide a rare space within the City of Toronto where anyone can participate and learn more about the art of beekeeping within the urban context. As per our Constitution:

"It is the purpose of U of T BEES to allow students an opportunity to learn about the age old tradition of beekeeping and the role that bees play in sustaining a healthy ecosystem. We seek to highlight the importance of urban beekeeping as a means of encouraging the survival of pollinators responsible for the existence of many plants. Honeybees are a keystone species, and are crucial to the maintenance of a healthy global ecosystem. U of T BEES provides a unique opportunity for students to connect with nature and the green city, learn about the process of urban beekeeping and hive maintenance, and participate in local sustainable practices."

BEE warned: our enthusiasm for our little friends is extremely contagious!

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Sue Min Kim
Secondary Contact
Clement Chow
P: 647-990-3343
Group Email Address
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Official Group Website

Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
St. George
Areas of Interest
Environment and Sustainability
Hobby and Leisure
Renewal Date
September 30, 2022

Group Leaders

Sue Min Kim
Clement Chow