Learning to care for bees and communities

Marleen Van Gulick and her husband, Dan Carr, will offer a months-long series of classes on beekeeping at their farm in Falls Village. Their son, Orion, joined them for a photo on the farm last week. Photo by Janna Siller

FALLS VILLAGE — Marleen Van Gulick and her husband, Dan Carr, are as inspired by bee communities today as they were when they met on a Brooklyn rooftop five years ago. 

Carr was the head beekeeper for Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture at the time and he was in the city teaching a beekeeping class that Van Gulick, already a beekeeper herself, was taking to brush up her skills. 

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