Lunch and Learn: The Buzz About Bees
Want to know what the buzz is all about? Join us during your lunch hour to learn why bees are so important to human survival. You will also have a chance to view Architecture Center Houston’s current exhibition Architecture of Bees. This event has the option to bring your own lunch or order lunch in advance at registration. This is one of a three-part series. View all events here.
Cost for no lunch: $10 for non-members and $5 for AIA and BBP Members
Cost with box lunch: $25 for non-members and $20 for AIA and BBP Members
The boxed lunch option for 6/22 is now closed. You still have the option to bring your own lunch to the event.
Most people think “honeybee” when they hear the word “bee”, but did you know that honeybees are not native to North America? In fact, they are only one among nearly 4,000 bee species on this continent and Texas alone has nearly 800 species of native bees!
Nature historian Nancy Greig will teach you about these diverse creatures, and how we can help boost their numbers, in “The Buzz about Bees.”
Nancy Greig is the retired founding director of the Cockrell Butterfly Center and leads Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s monthly nature walks. An avid natural historian “jack of all trades”, Nancy keeps busy with her own butterfly garden, honeybee hives, and purple martin houses.