Cambridge High School Student Sells Local Honey

Sarah Beth Waller, Cambridge High School Student, is bottling her first honey harvest to sell. 

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MILTON, Georgia -- Sarah Beth Waller, a Cambridge High School senior, has brought bees to bear country. As part of her supervised agricultural experience, she raises bees behind the Cambridge Agriscience and Veterinary Education building. She started in 2018 when she received a grant from the Bee Cause Project, which provided starting beekeeping equipment and an indoor observation hive for the CAVE. Early in the process, Sarah Beth became a member of the Forsyth Beekeepers Club where she attends meetings, takes classes, and works with local mentors to guide her in taking care of her hives. Her operation has grown from one to six hives and she has started to teach a team of other students to take over when she graduates. This year, she had her first official honey harvest and will be selling her local honey soon. For more information follow her Instagram (@_bearsbees).

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