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Api-tour Nicaragua : Séance d'information et d'inscription

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Api-tour Nicaragua : Séance d'information et d'inscription

  • Anticafé 294 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Montréal, QC, H2X 2A1 Canada (map)

Les abeilles ont une place importante pour notre planète et notre société. Ce voyage donnera aux participants l'occasion d'améliorer leur connaissance en apiculture. Ils étudieront les abeilles endémiques et des abeilles africanisées situées au Nicaragua.

Pendant notre séance d'information vous aurez l'occasion de poser vos questions à propos du voyage et de vous inscrire. Il y aura lieu une présentation de Gregory Lynch de Mantis Environnementale avec les détails du voyage. Pour plus d'informations vous pouvez télécharger la description du voyage ici : http://www.themantis.ca/s/Documentation-Apitour-site.pdf

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The importance of bees to our society is clear and there is demand to learn more about these amazing creatures. This program will give participants the opportunity to improve their knowledge of beekeeping and learn about keeping native and africanized bees in Nicaragua.

 

During this information session you will have a chance to ask any questions you may have about the trip as well as registering. There will also be a presentation by Gregory Lynch of Mantis Environmental with all the details of the trip. For more information, please download the trip summary here : http://www.themantis.ca/s/Documentation-Bees.pdf