The Acadia Community Farm is pleased to partner with the Acadia Beekeeping Club and the Department of Biology in 2017 to host a research and teaching bee hive on site.

Did you know that bees play an important role in agriculture, pollinating plans such as blueberries, apples and more?

Acadia students are welcome to join the Acadia Beekeeping Club. Volunteers can train to become “Queens” or “Workers”. Queens help manage the hive and handle bees and workers provide assistance to the Queens.

To learn more visit us on Facebook or contact one of the members below.


Thomas Davis Moore, Acadia Beekeeping Club (,
Jodie Noiles, Sustainability Coordinator ( or 585-1932),
Dr. Dave Shutler, Department of Biology  ( or 585-1354).


Learn about beekeeping in this useful guide.


The Acadia Community Farm began in the spring of 2008 with the vision of providing local, organic produce to the dining hall at Acadia University, while also serving as a community garden. The Farm has grown to become an educational community centre for the exchange of knowledge surrounding gardening, food, and sustainable agriculture. Explore the site to find out more or stop by the Farm for a visit!


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