- Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
On October 2nd we’ll have the opportunity to hear from Justin Brooks about King County’s Noxious Weed Control Program. Just a reminder that there will be no Apiary presentation as that has finished for the year. 7:00-7:30 Basic Beekeeping by … Continue reading
An awesome Trifecta Beekeeping Event, sponsored by Brushy Mountain Bee Farm and BG Bees, will be held on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at the Best Western PLUS Hood River Inn in the Columbia Gorge, Hood River. Guest speakers include: Thomas … Continue reading
On November 7th at the monthly meeting we will have Pamela give a presentation from Daniel Downey about varroa mites. Note, that if you want to join the club. Purchase your membership for 2017 by seeing Andy Matelich at the … Continue reading
Here were the links from Danny with the information presented to the club last meeting. Waggle Dance animation http://www.instruction.greenriver.edu/dnajera/Honeybee%20Waggle.shtm Mitebusters http://mitebusters.greenrivertech.net/
We have the signup sheets for the August festivals up. Please sign up and remember if you fulfill 3 assignments your membership dues for 2018 are waived. Here is the link http://www.snoqualmievalleybeekeepers.org/resources/festival-sign-up/
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