Held each year on Picnic Day, "Pollination Day" includes free honey tastings, crafts for kids, bee costumes, and honey sales.
The first-ever mead making short course, covering the basics of mead: history, development, production, distribution and more, led by professional mead makers and the world-renowned faculty in the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology.
The Honey and Pollination Center’s inaugural fundraising dinner, the feast was catered by The Buckhorn Steakhouse in Winters, Calif., and featured a menu created by Ann M. Evans, author of The Davis Farmer’s Market Cookbook. Each course included a honey-infused dish.
The 100th Anniversary of Picnic Day was the center’s second year of “Pollination Day,” and the first year UC Davis honey was for sale.
A day long event featuring a range of notable speakers from across North America.