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Russ house fills for honey harvest

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Visitors joined Greene County Parks & Trails and Greene County Beekeepers Aug. 25 at Russ Nature Reserve in Beavercreek for a honey harvest. Participants checked out an observation hive, rolled beeswax candles, bought local honey and shopped with Bella’s Bee Supply and Berns Garden Center for pollinator-friendly plants. Pictured, Cedarville beekeeper Stewart Kroh, 10, demonstrates the process of extracting honey off a comb.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Visitors joined Greene County Parks & Trails and Greene County Beekeepers Aug. 25 at Russ Nature Reserve in Beavercreek for a honey harvest. Participants checked out an observation hive, rolled beeswax candles, bought local honey and shopped with Bella’s Bee Supply and Berns Garden Center for pollinator-friendly plants. Pictured, Cedarville beekeeper Stewart Kroh, 10, demonstrates the process of extracting honey off a comb.


Adelaide Williams, 5, checks out some bees with her magnifying glass.


Tom Davidson, treasurer of Greene County Beekeepers, picks up a frame.


Isabella Rodriguez, 4, rolls a beeswax candle.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Visitors joined Greene County Parks & Trails and Greene County Beekeepers Aug. 25 at Russ Nature Reserve in Beavercreek for a honey harvest. Participants checked out an observation hive, rolled beeswax candles, bought local honey and shopped with Bella’s Bee Supply and Berns Garden Center for pollinator-friendly plants. Pictured, Cedarville beekeeper Stewart Kroh, 10, demonstrates the process of extracting honey off a comb.

Adelaide Williams, 5, checks out some bees with her magnifying glass.

Tom Davidson, treasurer of Greene County Beekeepers, picks up a frame.

Isabella Rodriguez, 4, rolls a beeswax candle.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Visitors joined Greene County Parks & Trails and Greene County Beekeepers Aug. 25 at Russ Nature Reserve in Beavercreek for a honey harvest. Participants checked out an observation hive, rolled beeswax candles, bought local honey and shopped with Bella’s Bee Supply and Berns Garden Center for pollinator-friendly plants. Pictured, Cedarville beekeeper Stewart Kroh, 10, demonstrates the process of extracting honey off a comb.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/08/web1_Stewart.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Visitors joined Greene County Parks & Trails and Greene County Beekeepers Aug. 25 at Russ Nature Reserve in Beavercreek for a honey harvest. Participants checked out an observation hive, rolled beeswax candles, bought local honey and shopped with Bella’s Bee Supply and Berns Garden Center for pollinator-friendly plants. Pictured, Cedarville beekeeper Stewart Kroh, 10, demonstrates the process of extracting honey off a comb.

Adelaide Williams, 5, checks out some bees with her magnifying glass.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/08/web1_MagnifyingGlass.jpgAdelaide Williams, 5, checks out some bees with her magnifying glass.

Tom Davidson, treasurer of Greene County Beekeepers, picks up a frame.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/08/web1_TomDavidson.jpgTom Davidson, treasurer of Greene County Beekeepers, picks up a frame.

Isabella Rodriguez, 4, rolls a beeswax candle.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/08/web1_RollingCandle.jpgIsabella Rodriguez, 4, rolls a beeswax candle.
Russ house fills for honey harvest