Learn how to do a hive check. This important task that should be performed every couple of weeks will be explored. The demonstration (no live bees) covers what to look for and what to do, based upon what you are seeing. Plenty of time will be available for questions.
LOCATION CHANGE: The meeting will be at NWTC, near the Botanical Garden. Details are being finalized.
Learn how to do a mite check. One of the more important tasks a beekeeper must perform to ensure a healthy bee colony. This demonstration (no live bees) will cover the most popular method of mite check among club members. Plenty of time will be available for questions.
Learn how to install your new bees. The presenter will cover both package and nucs, there will be examples of both, and plenty of time for questions.
Brown County Beekeepers Association will have a booth at the Einstein Expo on February 2, 2019 at Shopko Hall in Green Bay WI. Experienced beekeepers will be present to answer any and all of your bee related questions.
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When: February 23th, 2018 — 8:00am to 4:00pm
Where: Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Great Lakes Energy Education Center (see map below)
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How Much: $55 for an individual, $45 for additional family members
Includes: Light snacks, refreshments and lunch
What: An understanding of: Continue reading
The August 2018 Green Bay Beekeepers Association monthly meeting will be held on its normal night and time. The meeting is the third Wednesday of the month, August 15, 2018, at 6:30 pm.
However, the location has changed from the Green Bay Botanical Garden to the Village Grill at 801 Hoffman Road, Allouez. Come early and have a meal before the meeting.
The September meeting will again be held at the Green Bay Botanical Garden.