The 2015 NHBA Spring meeting will be held on March 21 from 9-3 at the Bow Community Center. The featured speakers are Mike Palmer and Susan Brouillette. Lunch will be served by CC Tomatoes. Preregistration by 3/11/15 is required for the meal. NHBASpringReg2015_011115
Introducing the Ossipee Valley Beekeepers School! This January we will be offering a 6-week long course for anyone interested in hobby or commercial production of honey bees. The course will start January 29th and run every Thursday thru March 5thfrom 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. We are saving March 12th as a make-up snow date. […]
The 2014 NHBA fall meeting will be held on Oct 25, 2014 from 9-3 at the Hellenic Center in Dover, NH. The meeting, hosted by the Seacoast Beekeepers, will feature speakers, Dewey Caron & Sandra Rehan, as well as a honey tasting contest. Preregistration ( NHBAFallReg2014_081214) by 10/4/14 is required for the meal.
CONTACT: Andrew Timmins: (603) 788-3164 Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211 March 27, 2014 TAKE DOWN BIRDFEEDERS — DON’T GET CAUGHT BY SURPRISE THIS APRIL! CONCORD, N.H. – While it may look more like mid-January rather than late March across the New Hampshire landscape, don’t be fooled. Spring is here. The late March sun is strong and snow will […]
No strawberries, no chocolate, no honey — without bees Valentine’s Day just wouldn’t be the same. Click on the image above to download and print your Valentine to Home Depot or Lowe’s Bees pollinate two thirds of our global food crops and they are in trouble. Last year U.S. beekeepers reported 40-100 percent loss of their hives, […]
The NHBA Fall meeting was another rousing success. The planning sessions conducted by the Executive board proved to create another meeting that was executed well and met with rave reviews. From set up the night before to clean up the day of the event all went smoothly. CC Tomatoes once again out-did themselves in providing […]
The New Hampshire Beekeepers Association Newletter has arrived! You can find a link from the home page or download it directly from here.
Did you know?… Part of the funding from the NH moose- conservation plates helps provide forage for our honey- bees. Iti s used for the wildflower & sunflower plantings on our NH highways.
As you may know AGR 1800 “Bee Rules in the Ag code had expired and was being reviewed. The new bee rules were adopted last month and will be published soon. Several of us had the opportunity to review and provide input. The state of NH is also in the process of revising their web […]