Cuyahoga County had 336 registered apiaries in 2017…
Oliver will fill us in on the latest research in defeating varroa mites, honey bee nutrition, getting your bees through winter, natural methods, essential oils and techniques for managing two to one hundred hives
Lots to look forward to!
How does Cuyahoga County – with its 277 registered apiaries – compare to other counties in Ohio?
Register by Oct. 28! The Ohio State Beekeepers Association is holding its annual Fall Conference at Tolles Career & Technical Center in Plain City, Ohio. Based on past attendance, and the central Ohio location, they anticipate attendance of over 400 beekeepers. The powerhouse line-up of guest speakers includes Jamie Ellis, Steve Repasky, Alex Zomchek, Reed Johnson and others.
Greater Cleveland Beekeepers Association 7th Annual Field Day Conference Keynote Speaker Dr. Thomas Seely is a professor in biology at the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at the Cornell University in Ithica, New York. A renowned author and bee expert, his current book is Following the Wild Bees. Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the […]
In September and October meetings in different Ohio counties, you’ll have the opportunity to help the Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative develop a plan to improve the health of Ohio pollinators.
All GCBA Members in good standing that wish to have their honey frames extracted at the Cuyahoga County Fair (August 8-14) will need to make an appointment with Larry Theurer…
Lorain County Beekeepers Association is proud to announce the 22nd Annual Field Day. Join us Saturday, June 4 and hear guest speaker/bee activist Rich Wieske! Weiske is co-owner of Green Toe Gardens and manages over 100 colonies in Detroit and Southeast Oakland County. He has mentored many through his classes, workshops and presentations nationwide. Also […]
We know it is one of the busiest times of the year for beekeepers and we thank you for taking valuable time from your colonies to participate in the National Colony Loss and Management Survey created by the Bee Informed Partnership and sponsored by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).