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Still about 1 week left!
Have your say on how your bees did by completing the survey. You are in good company. Results are confidential and data will be posted on the website in mid-November.
The survey is still open, results will be posted in November.
Also, the Fall 2014 NY Bee Wellness newsletter, http://eepurl.com/5hq9r, with info on wintering, bears.
Fall Survey NY Bee Wellness 2014; This has been another interesting year! We would like to assess the situation for for NON-migratory beekeepers and their beehives.
Please complete the survey as...
In a few weeks!
If you know of a beekeeper in the Rose (Wayne County) area, please forward this to them. Bees will be affected!
The Western New York Honey Producers Association (WNYHPA) proudly welcomes Alexander Zomchek to East Aurora, New York to speak on many aspects of honey and crystallization. The details, and a brief...
October 27, Monday 7-9pm, 249 Highland Ave. Rochester NY 14620, Monroe CCE;
Peter Borst, frequent contributor to the American Beekeeping Journal and former NYS Apiary Inspector;
NY Bee Wellness, aka “Bee Boot Camp”
The next series of classes will not be offered again for a few years.
Registration is now open for solo participants
* August 11, 6:30-9p, Brighton's Carmen Clark Lodge, 777 Westfall Rd 14620;
Diana Sammataro, co-author of the "Beekeepers Handbook", researcher (retired) USDA Tuscon Bee Lab, has done much work on...
Ontario Beekeepers Association
contact: Pat Bono, 585-820-6619, Pat@NYBeeWellness.org
Date: June 28, 2014
Time: 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 noon
Place: Christ the King Seminary Auditorium, 711 Knox Road, East Aurora,
New York 14052
Speaker: Deborah Delaney
NY Bee Wellness, NYBeeWellness.org,
An intensive 2 day, skills oriented, hands on workshop, a Train the Trainer program to teach beekeepers techniques in diagnosing, treating, and preventing honey...
Still a few spaces left! Now open to out of state beekeepers and solo students. A great opportunity.
Good for eastern NY, Hudson Valley beekeepers.
For non-migratory beekeepers:
46% average loss
Cold (42%) and starvation (29%) top 2 reported causes of colony death.
Over 2 weeks to go!
There are a few spaces still open for this highly informative hands-on workshop.
Check out the new NY Bee Wellness website, it has a map of NY clubs.
Dutchess County would be the Stony Kill Apiary Group in Wappingers Falls, the location of the next Train the Trainer workshop.
If members from your club or group are thinking of registering for the June workshop, do not delay! Spaces are filling up.
Survey closes May 6, Tuesday.