The Oxford Organic Farm is a living laboratory for Emory University students who want to learn about food systems, farming, and environmental stewardship. This exciting new program will have three parts, first learning about honey bees and 'virtually' opening the hives and seeing the colonies. Next, exploring the biodiversity in the insect world, and how beneficial insects are attracted to the farm for pest control. The same techniques relate to pollinator conservation and things people can do at home. The program will conclude with interactive time for questions from the audience.