bees.jpgThe free event will feature several members of Acadiana Beekeepers, including Emily Neustrom, a horticulture therapist/amateur beekeeper.

"They'll give an overview of beekeeping and its history, discuss seasonal plants and how they determine the kind of honey the bees produce," reads the Center for Cultural & Eco Tourism's press release.

Tuesday's discussion also will hit on the issue of Colony Collapse Disorder and how Chinese-imported honey is not 100 percent pure.

The Backyard Series is an all-ages, free event hosted by CCET and supported by Acadiana Center for the Arts, Louisiana Division of the Arts and the Vermilionville Foundation.

Click here for more information on CCET and the Backyard Series.

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