Save the bees, if you please

Catherine Wolko, a beekeeper from Humble Bee Honey Company, taught children at Kent Memorial Library all about honeybee anatomy, social roles, and environmental importance — and even handed out some natural honey treats. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

KENT — For the past six years the Kent Conservation Commission, in an effort to spread environmentally themed education and awareness, has been co-sponsoring lectures in the children’s room of the Kent Memorial Library. 

While past speakers touched on topics such as recycling and renewable resources, the invitation to speaker Catherine Wolko of the Humble Bee Honey Company in Watertown, Conn., was particularly relevant this year. 

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