Beekeeping 201: Seasonal Management

In Beekeeping 101, we explored bee biology, hives and equipment, and the basics of becoming a beekeeper. In this course, we will be taking an in-depth look at hive management in every season. From installing your bees to preparing for winter, we will cover how to effectively manage your hive through the next beekeeping season and beyond!

We will be covering:

*How to set your beekeeping goals
*Seasonality of beekeeping
*Bee installation
*Hive inspections
*Feeding
*Swarms and splits
*Pests and disease
*Preparing hives for winter

By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation for successful beekeeping in the upcoming season! 

This 201 course is preceded by Beekeeping 101: Getting Started and followed-up by Beekeeping 301: Treatment Philosophy & IPM. For a discounted rate on all three courses, click here!

WHEN?

Sunday, February 17
6:30p - 8:30p

WHERE?

Meat for Cats & Dogs
2244 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214

COST?

$30

 

Advance registration is appreciated, as all events are subject to time and location changes.

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