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Date(s) - October 21, 2017
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Hayden Classroom, Boston Nature Center - 500 Walk Hill St Mattapan, MA 02126 United States


Over the last six years the Bee Girl organization has grown from one person with a passionate vision, love for bees, and two bee hives towed to Oregon from Montana in a uhall, to a thriving nonprofit organization with two staff members, three graduate student interns, seven directors, and a world-wide impact.  Sarah Red-Laird, founder and executive director, will take you on the journey of her story, driven by a deep reverence for our honey bees.  She’ll also report on her latest education programs and research projects, collaborating with Washington State University, The Farm at Southern Oregon University, and the Oregon Department of Transportation.

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Sarah Red-Laird, “Bee Girl”, is the founder and Executive Director of the Bee Girl organization, a nonprofit with a mission to educate and inspire communities to conserve bees, their flowers, and our food. She is a graduate of the University of Montana’s College of Forestry and Conservation with a degree in Resource Conservation, focused on community collaboration and environmental policy. Aside from running the Bee Girl organizations programs, Sarah is the Kids and Bees Director for the American Beekeeping Federation, is an active member of the Northwest Farmers Union, the Western Apicultural Societys President Elect, the Regional Representative for the Southern Oregon Beekeepers Association, and a brand ambeesador for Mountainsmith. When she is not tirelessly working with bees, beekeepers, kids, farmers, land managers, and policy makers, Sarah love to read historical fiction, ride her bike, hike in the hills, see new places and things, people watch, and snuggle any animal that she can catch.