This all day workshop will occur on May 26.
In the morning this course will go through all the basics of what type of gear is required to start beekeeping, and what it is used for!
In the afternoon small stations will be set up where more hands on information will be provided. These stations will cover more specific but highly relevant subjects to beekeeping. Although the list of stations has not been finalized they will include topics like: Varroa management, Gardening for pollinators, Hive anatomy (find the Queen?), Honey bee pests & diseases, Wild bees, etc...
Registration this year will be completely online:
Be sure to register soon as spots have filled up quickly in the past.
As the summer unfolds, specific workshops for time sensitive activities will also be provided. These will include courses like swarm prevention, honey extraction, and winterizing.
If you are extremely keen and can't wait to explore these topics with us there are always these great web resources to check out: