* 1. How did you hear about the event? (Please check all that apply.)

* 2. Overall, how would you rate the event?

* 3. How would you rate the value of each presentation to your beekeeping  knowledge/practice? 1 = No Value at All, 4 = Incredibly Value Added.

  1-Not Valuable or Informative at All 2-Limited Added Value and Limited New Knowledge 3-Above Average Value Added and Solid New Knowledge 4-Incredibly Value Added and Gained New Knowledge N/A - I don't keep bees
Dr. Thomas Seeley - Honeybees in the Wild
Dr. Leo Sharashkin - Natural Beekeeping that Works
Ms. Karen Roccasecca - PA State Apiarist - Luncheon Speaker
Dr. Thomas Seeley - Darwinian Beekeeping
Dr. Leo Sharkashkin - Selling Honey for $20/Pound

* 4. How would you rate your satisfaction with other aspects of the
symposium? 1 = not at all satisfied, 5 = extremely satisfied.

  1-Not at all satisfied 2-A little satisfied 3-Neutral 4-Satisfied 5-Extremely satisfied N/A
Registration Process, Payment and Event Information
Lunch Menu Choices
Franklin Institute in Center City Philadelphia
Location within Franklin Institute for Vendors, Coffee Service and Lunch  (Pepper Hall)
The Franklin Theater Location for the Keynote Speakers
Parking At the Franklin Institute
Parking Off Site at Nearby Facilities/Street

* 5. How likely are you to attend next year's Symposium?

* 6. General Comments here. Please let us know ANYTHING else on your mind re: venue, parking/transportation, food, structure of the event, suggestions for future speakers/topics, vendors, etc. Any specific thoughts you'd like to share, we want to hear. We're always looking to improve.

* 7. How many years have you kept bees?

* 8. Do You Reside in the city of Philadelphia?

* 9. Are you a member of a Beekeepers Club or the Philadelphia Guild?