Grand Opening of the Permanent Honey Bee Exhibit at the
North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro, NC on June 19, 2009
Video provided by the NC Farm Bureau through YouTube.
Read more about the project in the NC Farm Bureau Magazine here.
Volunteer Beekeepers at the NC Zoo
Volunteer beekeepers are always needed to staff the permanent Honey Bee Exhibit. Training is provided to all volunteers and has been developed cooperatively by NC Zoo Volunteer Coordinators and the NCSBA.
The orientation/training is brief but thorough and will consist of specific methods for using the signs and interpretive elements on the exhibit site and ways of engaging the public and encouraging discussions. The necessary protocols for safety, security, exhibit access, and parking are also included in the training.
The Honey Bee Garden is Open!
Video provided by the NC Zoo through YouTube.
- See overview of general information for NC Zoo volunteer exhibit interpreters.
- Please contact the NCSBA Zoo Volunteer Coordinators — Judy Pick at email@example.com or Janno Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org. They can answer any questions or concerns and assist you in signing up.
The NC Zoo Honey Bee Exhibit was made possible by a cooperative effort of the North Carolina Zoological Park, North Carolina State Beekeepers Association, NC Farm Bureau, Syngenta, and NC Zoo Society donors.