Spotlight Series on Honey

Spotlight Series on Honey

Spotlight Series on Honey

Did you know that there are over 3,795 BC beekeepers with live bee colonies? Did you know that BC produces over 18.8 million dollars of honey annually? Students can learn about BC honey from farm to table in the new BCAITC Spotlight Series on Honey.

Spotlight on Honey

The Spotlight Series on Honey provides a selection of intermediate/secondary level honey educational resources that can be downloaded from this page. Culinary Arts and Home Economics classrooms, homeschools, and anyone interested in food and farming can use the following Spotlight Series on Honey tools to learn about bees and honey:

Spotlight Series on Honey

Pat Tonn, BCAITC’s Executive Director, said, “We’re excited to present our newest Spotlight Series on honey. Students can learn about bees and beekeeping, how honey is made, how to cook with honey, careers as an apiarist, and more valuable information.”

Chef Trevor Randle said, “I’m excited to use the Spotlight Series to teach students about BC honey and how it makes its way from farm to table. Students will learn how to incorporate this natural sweetener into a variety of dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.”

The new Spotlight Series on Honey compliments the existing Spotlight Series on Chickens, Blueberries, Pork, Duck EggsCranberries , and Apples. Find the full series here.

Spotlight Series on Honey