- Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
Just a reminder that there will be no January meeting. Our next meeting is on February 7th, 2017. Happy New year!
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
On March 1st at the monthly meeting we will hear from Daniel Najera about the results from the overwintered electronic hive monitoring. If you remember a few of these monitors were placed throughout Western Washington to see if we could track some … Continue reading
On February 2nd at the monthly meeting we will discuss the letter from President Schaffer and what we want to do as a club heading forward. Charles then will present on 6 years of research in honeybee mating biology. So if you want … Continue reading
President Schaffer’s letter to the general club membership is posted here: Jan 2016 President Letter. In summary: Complete list of club officers, board members and committee chairs Thanks to the outgoing officers Reminder to bring money to renew your membership … Continue reading
On December 1st at the monthly meeting we will hold our annual meeting for the club where we will elect next year’s officers and board members. This is a big deal as it will set the course of the club … Continue reading
Because we still have slots to fill, and because some of us have leaky memories, we’re posting the sign-ups for the two festivals. The red OPEN represents time slots for which we have NO VOLUNTEER (for obvious reasons, please fill … Continue reading
A previous post forgot to mention that we’ll be having Danny Najera as our visiting speaker at 8 o’clock tomorrow at the meeting. He’ll be discussing: Navigating the Varroa mite problems. Biology, detection, treatment.
Three beekeeping classes are coming up to kick off the 2013 season. From WSU Extension-Snohomish Co. (Everett): Master Beekeeping Apprentice Level Course: Mondays, Jan 7-Feb 11, ($75). Click here for more information. From Snoqualmie Valley Beekeepers (Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center): … Continue reading