SPRING is right around the corner! Gear up and tune up your best management practices, by joining us February 23 (this coming Saturday) for a classroom based course led by EAS Master Beekeeper & President of the PA State Beekeeping Assoc, Steve Repasky.
A team of University of Alberta students are hoping to market a probiotic they created to help honeybees ward off a fungal infection that has wiped out entire hives.
Register now for the Tri-County Beekeepers Association’s 41st Annual Spring Beekeeping Workshop, held March 1-2, 2019. The registration deadline is February 9, 2019!
Join us for our annual field day conference at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
The Honey Bee Health Coalition unveiled two new resources for beekeepers; a best management practices guide for hive health, and a decision support tool to aid in managing the Varroa mite.
Join conservation activist Laurel Hopwood, along with an excellent panel, as they share how everyone can move things forward to heal our soil, gardens, pollinators and thus our communities. The panel discussion will be held this coming Earth Day at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health is currently accepting applications for the position of Apiary Inspector in Cuyahoga County. Deadline for submissions is Friday, February 8th.
Writer Nicole Potenza Denis of Specialty Food Magazine explores why sugar and sugar substitute use is declining at the same time consumption of raw honey rises.
We invite you to join us May 8 for this engaging presentation by Dr. Richard Cryberg.
We invite you to read this article in Bee Culture by R. Thomas Van Arsdall of The Pollinator Partnership.