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Beekeeping presentation keeps Woodside's Town Hall buzzing

 

Woodside's historic Town Hall was buzzing on Sunday, June 12, as the town's Open Space Committee sponsored a presentation on beekeeping, complete with local beekeepers to answer questions, honey tasting, a see-through hive with live bees and a "Queen Bee" cutout for photo ops.

Committee members also shared information about the town's Backyard Habitat Program, in which more than 50 Woodside properties have been recognized for providing backyard habitats for wildlife.

Wildlife ecologist Tanya Diamond gave a presentation on how the Pathways for Wildlife organization works to redirect wildlife from roads to reduce accidents.

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