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Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles!
Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles! Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles! Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles!
Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles! Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles! Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles!

Jean Wiedenheft shared information about bees, brought samples of hives, and showed us how to make beeswax candles!

Jean Wiedenheft is a Land and Facility Steward at Indian Creek Nature Center in Cedar Rapids.  Jean started as a volunteer at the Nature Center, helping with scout workshops and spreading wood chips on the trails. She’s been a full-time employee since 2001, sharing her enthusiasm for nature with volunteers and visitors. She enjoys horseback riding, beekeeping and walking in the woods.

Find out more about Indian Creek Nature Center and their programs at http://www.indiancreeknaturecenter.org/ 

Beekeeping: Alternative Enterprise Assessment by the Leopold Center

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