- October 13, 2021 at 10:18 am #14375MindyParticipant
Hi There –
We have the opportunity to work with a group (The Bee Cause Project) who will provide a grant for us to install a beehive on a high school campus. It would be placed in the Ag area away from buildings and heavy student traffic. The project will allow our Ag students to become more familiar with the plight of the honey bee and to be hands on with the hive as needed. The obvious concern that comes to mind are allergies. Does anyone have a hive on campus? How does this work for you? What are everyone’s thoughts on the risk vs. reward of hosting a hive?
Thanks for sharing any input on this one!
MindyOctober 13, 2021 at 12:07 pm #14523ChrisParticipant
For you perusal as your organization sees appro
Notification to staff, notification to parents, permission slips from parents, epi pens stocked on-campus, notification to contractors who may work on campus, PPE and training for staff and students, warning signage on site, talk with your insurance carrier and your legal team in advance.
(sounds neat!)October 13, 2021 at 12:09 pm #14524ChrisParticipant
training for staff on recognizing signs of anaphylaxis, when to call 9-1-1 (if using a school phone, do they have to dial “9” or another number to get an outside line)
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