Category Archives: Meetings
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!
After throwing you a curveball with a Wednesday night meeting in January, we’re back to the usual Tuesday schedule for February. The details: When: 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Where: Meadowbrook Farm Park (1711 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend) … Continue reading
Please note: For those of you expecting the usual “first Tuesday of the month” meeting, this is a change-up. Here are the details: When: 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Where: Meadowbrook Farm Park (1711 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend) … Continue reading
Beekeepers’ Ball 2018, our year-end holiday party When: Tuesday, Dec. 4 , 6:00-9:00 p.m. Where: Meadowbrook Farm (1711 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend) All active club members are invited to our 1st Annual Beekeepers’ Ball! We’ll have a social hour, potluck … Continue reading
On August 7th we’ll have the opportunity to hear from Liam Shaw who will teach us how to install an electric fence to protect our beehives. We also will have some more demonstrations in the apiary before the indoor meeting … Continue reading
On July 10th we’ll be having our new annual family picnic for the members. Friendship, Food and Fun in the Sun! You should have received a Punchbowl electronic invitation for the details.
So Matthew Schwartz from Earth Corps shared the Habitat Restoration Guide which is accessible at their website earthcorps.org.
On May 1st at the monthly meeting we will have Bob Combs give a presentation. We also are starting the Apiary meetings before the general meeting again. So come out to the Apiary at 6pm where Charles will go through step … Continue reading