2018 Class schedule
January 27, 2018 Beginner Beekeeping This class is designed for beginner and intermediate beekeepers. This is the first of a series of workshops that will help you manage the needs of the hive throughout the year. After the smoker demonstration your clothes may have absorbed...
I do not need or want a list of honey recipes !
I need reference ideas where I can prepare a talk about the use of honey in the preparation of various food items, and nutrition, temperature limitations, etc., etc. The presentation will be to high end culinary students. The National Honey...
The Middlesex County Beekeepers Association is sponsoring 3 Bee Schools:
Tyngsborough Recreation Center
Sundays, 5 - 7pm
Starting February 8th
Newton Continuing Education
Starting January 13th...
Hello Bee Lovers!
For the second year, GAB Club will be working with SFCC to provide a course - Backyard Beekeeping. You may register at the following site; click on "Take a Class":
This is an excellent...
May 16: 9am to 4pm, May 17: 9am to 4pm & May 18: 9am to 12pm
Bordentown, NJ | $190
This two and a half-day program covers the basics of apiculture by providing comprehensive information and hands-on experience to help students start, maintain and care for a honey bee...
The Pickens County Beekeepers Association (PCBA) will be offering an introductory beekeeping class in February. The four Saturday sessions will cover all of the information needed for anyone to start keeping bees.
Classes will be held at the Pickens Presbyterian Church, located at 311 West...
A.B.C is proud to offer its third Level One Beekeeping Course!
This course will integrate all aspects of beekeeping to the new beekeeper. With a focus on beekeeping in the urban environment, this course will offer the following skill development:
* Establishing a beeyard
Our little town has an active gardening community and burgeoning local sustainability movement. A new acquaintance has asked if I'd teach a class which I'm glad to do. Love the sound of my own voice and love to talk about bees! So anyway my problem will likely be condensing everything I'd want a...