Gisele Hardock is a beekeeper and educator based near Cochrane, Alberta. A former homeschooling parent, she now works at a forest preschool and volunteers as a literacy tutor. She has been a beekeeper for over 8 years, and has recently studied to become a Master Beekeeper through the University of Montana. Combining many years experience working with children and a love of the natural world she brings knowledge and passion to the classroom.
We work hard to create The Hive Mentality within our communities. We do this through Programs and Partnerships. It is within these confines that we ensure that we can make the biggest difference in supporting ALL BEES in our urban and rural areas. Have a look around and see what we have been up to.
Our programs are built to help new beekeepers increase their beginner, intermediate and advanced skills and knowledge base to ensure that the community of beekeepers continues to grow in strength.
We believe that working within the community is the best way to ensure that we are best able to build connections with people, bees, and the land. We work with local businesses and organizations to support beekeeping in urban areas.