Archive for February, 2014

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U of M Beekeeping Course

U of M Beekeeping Course

The University of Montana On-Line Bee Courses The next offering of our  On-Line Apprentice Beekeeping Class, offered for Certificate or University Credit, will start April 7, 2014. We are about 60% of the way through setting up the On-Line version of our Journeyman level course and hope to have it finished by Spring Break, so we […]

February 12, 2014 | By | Reply More
Catch The Buzz

Catch The Buzz

CATCH THE BUZZ Bayer’s Second Bee Care Tour Bayer CropScience launched its second annual Bee Care Tour, a mobile tour designed to emphasize the important role bees play, last week in Pullman, Wash. The Tour included an interactive exhibit with two frames of honey in a mobile hive, stewardship workshops and expert presentations on issues […]

February 12, 2014 | By | Reply More
Show Bees Some Love

Show Bees Some Love

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, […]

February 12, 2014 | By | Reply More
Fall Meeting Recap

Fall Meeting Recap

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 […]

February 8, 2014 | By | Reply More
Winter 2014 Newsletter has arrived!

Winter 2014 Newsletter has arrived!

The New Hampshire Beekeepers Association Newletter has arrived!  You can find a link from the home page or download it directly from here.

February 8, 2014 | By | Reply More
Moose Conservation (Bill Boynton)

Moose Conservation (Bill Boynton)

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.

February 1, 2014 | By | Reply More
AGR 1800 Review (Chris Rallis, State Entymologist)

AGR 1800 Review (Chris Rallis, State Entymologist)

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 […]

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