Riley Laverdiere, back, watches Tom Wiencek pull a frame out of an electric centrifuge that spins honey at Nezinscot Farm in Turner on Sunday. Laverdiere, who works on the farm, was pulling panels from hives for Wiencek, a beekeeper from Kingfield who volunteered to help with the Earth Day open house. Farm owners Gloria and Gregg Varney invited people to come watch and chat about bee health and gave out organic wildflower seeds. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Klaire Schrepper, 4, of Turner watches raw honey drip from a centrifuge that was being used to extract it from removable frames inside hives at Nezinscot Farm in Turner on Sunday. Kingfield beekeeper Tim Wiencek was collecting it while talking about bee health and related topics during an Earth Day open house. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

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