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It’s a special meeting coming up on Tuesday, September 3. It’s election night! All active members are eligible to nominate and vote for officers and open trustee positions. In addition, the raffle drawing for the nuc will be held at … Continue reading
The club will be hosting a booth at the Snoqualmie Valley Outdoor Adventure Jamboree. More info is below, be sure to stop by our booth and say hi! Snoqualmie Valley Outdoor Adventure JamboreeWhen: Wednesday, August 7, 10AM-3PMWhere: Meadowbrook Farm, 1711 … Continue reading
When: 7:00-9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 6 (apiary at 6:00)Where: Meadowbrook Farm Park, 1711 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend 6:00 Apiary demonstration6:45 Check-in7:00-8:00 Club announcements and Basic Beekeeping8:00-9:00 Guest speaker
With the blackberry bloom about to ramp up, by our June 4 meeting your bees should have had plenty of good flying days – and plenty of blackberry to feast on. Get your supers on! Our main speaker on June … Continue reading
If April showers bring May flowers, then imagine the blooms that must be in store. May also means the return of apiary demonstrations! Bring your protective gear and your inquiring minds and learn from an experienced beekeeper about what to … Continue reading
Our April club meeting is devoted to new beekeepers. Got a lot of questions? Bring them all! We’ll be covering the “how to get started” topics, with experienced beekeepers providing the advice you need to start strong. All are welcome. … Continue reading
Though our February meeting was snowed out, our scheduled speaker was generously willing to return this month. Eric Olson, who is retired from Olson Honey, at one point managed 18,500 hives – no backyard operation! He is one of the … Continue reading
Unfortunately due to the low temperatures and continued icy conditions, it is safest to cancel tonight’s meeting. We will be in touch soon with the details on our next club meeting. Stay safe out there!
The speaker for our February club meeting is Eric Olson, who is retired from Olson Honey. At one point Eric managed 18,500 hives – no backyard operation! He is one of the top supporters of WSU’s beekeeping research program. Eric … Continue reading