The buzz on bees: Kline Creek Farm's beekeeping programs help spread the word about bees' plight
WEST CHICAGO – Beekeeping has long been a part of life at Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago, from its time as a private farm to its current status as a DuPage County attraction.
“Having the beehives fills out the historic nature of the farm,” said Keith McClow, who runs Kline Creek.
Although the farm was bought by the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County in the 1960s, it didn’t become a living history farm until 1989. But before it officially opened in its current capacity, Lawrence DuBose of Carol Stream was keeping bees at the farm for limited weekend events.
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