This scholarship, sponsored by Mann Lake Ltd. and created and administered by the EAS Master Beekeepers, was established to encourage a worthy young individual to pursue an interest in honey bees and beekeeping. The Scholarship will provide financial assistance for the selected candidate to attend an annual EAS conference. In addition to the waiver of […]
Our NHBA 2017 Spring meeting will be held on March 18, 2017 at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, NH Registration forms are here: (please register before 3/6 if you’d like to have a meal) NHBASpringReg2017(word version) NHBASpringReg2017 (pdf version) Our speakers will be: Noah Wilson-Rich – Founder of Best Bee as well as the Urban […]
This year, the NH Beekeepers Association is proud to be awarding 2 (two) SCHOLARSHIPS of $1000.00 each. These scholarships will be presented to the 2 students who are selected as winners of the scholarship contest. Students must be enrolled in a post-secondary school in the agricultural, biology, and/or honey bee related fields. This is open […]
Our spring meeting will be on March 18th from 9-3. Details about speakers, venues, etc will be coming soon!
EAS 2016 NEW JERSEY, RICHARD STOCKTON UNIVERSITYGALLOWAY, NJ. SHORT COURSE JULY 25-27, 2016CONFERENCE JULY 27-29, 2016REGISTER BEFORE JULY 10TH Located just 10 minutes west of Atlantic City, this year’s EAS conference is coming together as one of the best EAS event ever.Presenters include James Frazier and Dennis vanEngelsdorp, Jeff Pettis and Medhat Nasr, Maryann Fraizier, […]
NHBA’s annual Summer outing is coming up soon! Here are the details: The outing is FREE for current NHBA members. Date/Time : June 25, 2016 from 10-3 Location: Musterfield Farms, Harvey Road, North Sutton, NH Speakers & Topics: Les Crowder, author of “Top Bar Beekeeping”, who has been a beekeeper in New Mexico & […]
Our annual summer outing will be held at Musterfield Farm, Sutton NH on June 25 from 10-3. More details to follow soon!
The NH Beekeepers Association will be awarding a SCHOLARSHIP of $500.00 to a student who is enrolled in a post-secondary school in the agricultural, biology, and/or honey bee related fields. This is open to all members of any NH bee club and their immediate family members. Application Deadline is May 1. The application & Other […]
Habitat loss, forage quality, pesticide use, pests and diseases all impact bee health and diversity, threatening the health of our landscapes and food systems. The New Hampshire Pollinator Summit will cover current research-based information related to pollinator health, as well as ongoing local and regional efforts to support and protect bee pollinators on-the-ground. For details: […]
Join us on Wednesday, October 7th for our webinar with Doug Sponsler of The Ohio State University: Honey Bee Foraging in Ohio’s Landscapes The foraging of a honey bee colony is one of the most spectacular phenomena in nature. We’ll explore the intricate biology of honey bee foraging and then introduce current research into how honey bees forage […]