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    Sam Comfort


    DATE/TIME: Sunday, January 11th (11am-1:30pm)
    LOCATION: Grow Native Nursery in the Veterans Garden—100 Davis Ave, Los Angeles 90049
    COST: HoneyLove Members: FREE / Non-Members: $10 Suggested Donation
    RSVP: Facebook / Meetup
    TOPIC: Future Zombee Apocalypse: Bee Prepared and Stick Together!
    What will beekeeping be like 25, 50, or 100 years from now? The bee world is changing quickly. So are the bees and their environment. Their lessons in survival are their most valuable gift. Like the bees, we beekeepers must look to diversity, cooperation, and adaptability for our resilience. Anarchy Apiaries is around 500 hives of various types in all kinds of situations from New York to Florida. The more I bee the less I know. I’ll talk about our do-it-yourself methods, several hive designs, queen-raising, healthier, hardier bees with no treatments, and a future of a self-reliant beekeeping community with more hives than televisions.


    legalize beekeeping

    The City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning is in the process of preparing an ordinance to allow beekeeping on single-family zone lots, with a draft ordinance expected before City Planning Commission in the spring of 2015. This ordinance draft is in response to a City Council Motion directing our Department and Animal Services to report back on the feasibility of beekeeping in residential neighborhoods.

    Preliminary Outreach Meeting
    Saturday, January 10, 2015 | 10:00 a.m.
    Hollenbeck Police Station
    2111 E. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA

    (street parking available, transit options are available, entrance at the front of the police station)


    Public Hearing Notice: Backyard Beekeeping Draft Ordinance

    All interested persons are invited to attend a public hearing for a proposed City of Los Angeles Zoning Code amendment to allow backyard beekeeping in single-family residential zones. At the hearing, you may listen, speak, or submit written information related to the proposed ordinance. This is the first in a series of public hearings regarding this proposed ordinance as it moves on to the City Planning Commission, Planning and Land Use Management committee of the City Council, and City Council.

    PLACE: Los Angeles City Hall, Room 1010, 10th Floor – 200 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

    TIME: Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    Please see the link below to the public hearing notice, Q&A and draft ordinance for more information.

    For more information, please contact staff:
    Katie Peterson

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