Happy New Year!
The first Master Beekeeping Study Group of 2019 will be Monday Jan 21 at the Nature Center (No meeting on Monday the 7th ). The Study Group is open to all members.
Beginning in February we will split up the Study Group between Apprentice and Journeyman Classes. We will send more information on this as we get closer.
Also remember our normal monthly meeting will be on Monday Jan 14.
Hope to see you there.
Interesting blog, with a free self-verification and record keeping checklist.
Join us for our April webinar at 9AM Eastern on April 15th, 2015
Kim Flottum, author and editor of Bee Culture Magazine, will discuss what foods honey bees need, how much they need, and what beekeepers can do to make sure their bees are well fed.
It’s said that good nutrition is the strongest medicine, and the best insurance beekeepers can use to keep their bees healthy and productive. Moreover, managing nutrition correctly can make your bees even more productive with appropriate timing and diet. Find out more about honey bee nutrition – enough good food, all of the time, for every bee in the bunch.
All webinars are free, and registration is not required. Webinars run from 9:00AM to 10:00AM Eastern.
To join the webinar, follow the link below and LOG IN AS A GUEST at about 8:55 the day of the event: http://go.osu.edu/theOSUbuzz
To access via iPad, iPhone or Android device, download the Adobe Connect app.
All webinars will be recorded and archived on the Bee Lab website: https://u.osu.edu/beelab/courses/
Hope to “see” you this month!
Ohio State Extension, Department of Entomology
Thanks to Gene D. and Dee F. for sending this in.