We are creating a new, iconic facility for honey bee education, research, advocacy and outreach. It will be a destination. A place of excellence in design, function and research, while continuing to execute excellence in research. All in support of the future of honey bees.
Week of December 3, 2023
With the right location and facilities, the HBRC will be able to expand its research and education programs and amplify public outreach.
The new HBRC will be located on Stone Road, east of the current HBRC location and west of Victoria Road. This new site location offers a number of advantages, including re-purposing space that is not currently being used (a former tree nursery that is adjacent to the Arboretum).
To learn more about our new site, visit our web page here.
Visit here for a concept rendering of the new HBRC.
Honey bees have always fascinated people. They are supreme examples of interdependence in nature and agriculture. With your help, honey bee research and education will thrive for generations to come. For more information on how you can support the new Honey Bee Research Centre, contact:
Development Manager, Ontario Agricultural College
519-824-4120 Ext. 53627