San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is a day-long seminar offering 4 different educational presentations running concurrently throughout the day. There will be a full-day track of beginning classes for people with little or no experience keeping bees who want a solid foundation of beekeeping essentials. There will also be 15 hour-long classes for intermediate and advanced beekeepers to choose from. Those non-beginner classes will include:
- General Management with Mark Dykes and Mary Reed
- Effective Varroa Management through IPM with Lance Wilson
- Building your Apiary Numbers with Mark Hedley
- Swarm Capture Techniques with Brandon Fehrenkamp
- Raising Queens with Liz Walsh
- Nutrition Management with Lance Wilson
- Beneficial Bee Flowers with Becky Bender
- The Latest in the Texas Bee Lab Research with Dr. Juliana Rangel
- Colony Supersedure and Management with Dr. Juliana Rangel
- Beekeeping in South Africa with Mark Dykes
- Top Bar Hive Management by Dean Cook
- Africanized Bees and Management with Lance Wilson
All proceeds for this event will be used to promote sustainable beekeeping practices and provide support to our much appreciated Texas A&M Honey Bee Lab.
Registration starts at 8:00am with the first class starting at 9:00am.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
We highly encourage all attendees to bring a bag lunch. There are also multiple lunch options within a one mile radius from the venue.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
While we will have a list of attendees, check-in will go more quickly if you bring your printed ticket with you.
What are my parking options?
Parking is available at the JJ Pickle Research Center.
When & Where
Austin Area Beekeepers Association
The Austin Area Beekeepers Association's mission is to educate people of all experience levels in sustainable bee husbandry and provide funding for the Texas A&M Honey Bee Lab.