Honey Queen

I am Lucy Winn, the 2022 American Honey Queen. I am from Pennsylvania, and I am a sophomore at the DeSales University where I am studying business management and marketing. My family keeps backyard beehives, which sparked my passion for beekeeping. At school, I tutor local students in math, and in my free time, I like to read, throw pottery, walk my dog and keep bees.

As the American Honey Queen, I am a spokesperson for the American Beekeeping Federation, the national organization for beekeepers. I travel across the United States promoting beekeeping, educating the public, and representing the over 200,000 beekeepers in the United States. I am working very hard this year to promote honey, and we would love to be able to come talk at your school or other special events! I'd love to answer any questions you have about honeybees or beekeeping. Simply submit your question under the Questions tab of the blog or email me at buzzingacrossamerica@gmail.com.


Where in America is Queen Lucy?


January 4-9 – Nevada (ABF Convention)

January 12-13 – Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Farm Show)
January 17 – Pennsylvania (Newspaper interview)
January 18 – Wisconsin (Beekeeping Organization meeting)
January 25 – Pennsylvania (newspaper interview) 

February 2-7 – Wisconsin (media training and school presentations)

February 17 – Pennsylvania (television interview)

February 19 – Pennsylvania (television interview)

March 2 – Pennsylvania (Carlisle Borough Council meeting)

March 4-8 – Texas (Houston Livestock Show)
March 9 – Connecticut (virtual school presentations)
March 10-13 – Florida (Florida Bee College)
March 12 – Kentucky (Bluegrass Bee School (virtual presentation)
March 17 – Minnesota (virtual school presentations)
March 22 – North Carolina (YouTube interview)
March 24 – Pennsylvania (4-H presentation)
March 31 – Pennsylvania (school presentation)
April 5 – Pennsylvania (School presentation)
April 7 – Pennsylvania (school presentation)
May 3 – Nevada (school presentations)
May 4 – Pennsylvania (school presentations)
May 5 – Connecticut (school presentation)
May 16 – Pennsylvania (school presentations)
May 18-23 – California (LA County Fair)
May 26 – Pennsylvania (County Board Meeting)
May 27-29 – Texas (BeeWeaver Buzz Fest)
May 30-June 5 – Kansas (beekeeping meeting and community presentations)
June 16-22 – Connecticut (Lyman Orchard Strawberry Festival and community presentations)
June 23-26 – Montana (National Pollinator Week promotions)
July 14-18 – Michigan (Michigan Honey Festival)
July 20 – Pennsylvania (Radio Interview)
July 27-August 3 – Ohio (State Fair and Medina County Fair)
August 4-10 – Washington (Clark County Fair)
August 11-14 – New Jersey (State Fair)
August 17-22 – Indiana (State Fair)
August 23-27 – Kentucky (State Fair)
August 28-September 4 – Nebraska (State Fair)
September 7-11 – Ohio (Lithopolis Honeyfest)
September 25-26 – Maryland (school presentations)
September 20-26 – California (Palo Cedro Honeybee Festival)
September 26-27 – Illinois (school and community presentations)
September 28-October 3 – Texas (State Fair)
October 4-10 – Massachusetts (Topsfield Fair)
October 11-15 – New Mexico (school and community presentations)
October 16-22 – Montana (Northern International Livestock Exposition & State Beekeeping convention)
October 30-November 4 – Wisconsin (school and community presentations and State Beekeeping convention)
November 5-6 – Pennsylvania (state beekeeping convention)
November 8-13 – Georgia (school and community presentations)

December 7-11 – Wisconsin (school presentations)

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