FULL: this event is full to new beekeepers who don't have their own bee suits -- if that's you, please join us October 14 for the next hive dive. Club members who have their own suits are always welcome, though. Join a bee inspection at our new club apiary! If …
This month, we'll have a panel discussion about preparing your bees for fall and winter. You’ll get advice from experienced members Sue Donahue, Catherine Edwards, Joan Houston, Andre Kruglikov and Alan Pryor. Bring your questions and ask the experts!
Join us in-person for a video presentation by Michael Palmer, “Sustainability through Vertical Beekeeping”. Michael has kept bees for nearly 50 years. He currently resides in St. Albans Vt. where his operation produces honey and bee colonies. About 25 years ago when raising queens, he had an epiphany. He will share his insights with us at the meeting.
Note the early start time of 6:45 PM.
Dr. Thomas D. Seeley is the Horace White Professor in Biology at Cornell University. He is based in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, where he teaches courses on animal behavior and does research on the behavior and social life of honey bees. His work is summarized in three books: Honeybee Ecology (1985), The Wisdom of the Hive (1995), and Honeybee Democracy (2010).
The presentation will be on the topic of Nature Based Beekeeping.