Laura Cascardi, Certified Herbalist Laura will be teaching us about herbs and how to infuse them into honey. Laura’s passion for herbalism, healing, and well-being is evident in her 20 + years of working with herbs and people. She began her formal education with herbs at the Rocky Mountain Center of Botanical studies where she graduated in 2001 as a certified herbalist. In 2013 she graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Botany. In 2014, Laura co-founded the Equinox Center of Herbal Studies where she is the director and one of the primary teachers. *Zoom will not be available for this meeting since it is a "hands on" workshop.
Dr. Jon Zawislak is an assistant professor of apiculture and urban entomology for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Mysteries and Management of Laying Workers Sometimes the order of a bee colony breaks down. What compels workers to begin laying eggs? What happens when they do? And what can a beekeeper do to correct things?
Join us at the Washington Street Community Center at 809 South Washington Street. All are welcome--members, and nonmembers alike! Kathy Gill will be presenting her master beekeeping project re: testing drones for mites. Dewey Caron will be speaking via Zoom on "Run Up to Honey Production" starting at 7:00pm.
Join us at the Washington Street Community Center at 809 South Washington Street. All are welcome--members, and nonmembers alike! This meeting will cover package installations discussion and demo by Dan McConnell and Bryan Zavada and making splits by Gregg McMahan (past club president; beekeeper; educator at To Bee or Not To Bee; documentary of Bee People; one of the original founders of Mile Hive Bee Club; founder of Westminster Bee Club; owner of Rocky Mountain Bee: professional removals with rescue, relocation and education; and honeycomb supplier to Stranahans, a Colorado whiskey distillery).
Join us at the Washington Street Community Center at 809 South Washington Street. All are welcome--members, and nonmembers alike! Meghan Milbrath: Assistant Professor, Entomology and Coordinator of the Michigan Pollinator Initiative Specialties: Honey bee veterinarian, bacterial diseases, commercial beekeeping, and queen questions This presentation will be in Zoom at the club meeting.
Join us on Tuesday, January 12th for our first zoom meeting of 2021! We will start off at 6:30 PM with Q and A. At 7 PM our formal meeting starts. This month's topics: How to Feed Your Bees-Pros and Cons of Different Feeders, A Beekeeper's Winter, Club Plans and Ideas for This Year