- Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
Classes this year are the first weekend in May – 6th and 7th from 12:00 to 4:00 both days at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center. You can pre-register at Si View Parks Registration We’ll cover treatment-free and traditional methods, splits, combines, foundationless … Continue reading
We’re getting the mentor program started again, and need some volunteers for mentors. If you’ve got a couple of years of beekeeping under your belt and know how to tell the difference between a drone and a queen, you’re probably … Continue reading
OOPS! I misspoke at the March meeting. The class is NOT 1st weekend in April (See below). This is why I should always check calendars before announcing dates. Beekeeping 101 – w/ Treatment-Free practices. This class is a two-part class … Continue reading
Beekeeping 101 – w/ Treatment-Free practices. This class is a two-part class (two afternoons) including all the information you’ll need to get started in beekeeping. Also included is information on keeping bees in a treatment-free program (foundationless, small-cell, top-bar and … Continue reading
We desperately need volunteers for this! The club has been handed the gift of a well-promoted PR opportunity and we should capitalize. Event is at the Whole Foods in Redmond. We need people to run a meet-and-greet booth. Contact me … Continue reading
Weather permitting, we’ll be kicking off our apiary program tonight starting at 6:00. The apiary program is open to existing members and provides hands-on learning in the club’s apiary. On the docket for tonight: * Placement of nucs. * Inspection … Continue reading
As mentioned at the meeting – Walt Wright on why reversing may be doing the opposite of what you intend. http://www.beesource.com/point-of-view/walt-wright/spring-reversal-not-good-management-for-all-areas/