*this special meeting series is partially funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods Integrated Pest Management Grant Program.
** Register early – we expect the venue to fill up and we will NOT be able to accept walkins the day of the meeting!
Date: October 20, 2018 ; 9am-3pm
Venue: Camp Carpenter, 300 Blondin Rd., Manchester, NH 03109
Randy Oliver: ‘Reading the combs: Understanding bee biology over the course of a season’ and ‘Oxalic acid extended release research update’.
Becky Hermann: ‘Creating pollinator gardens at local schools’.
Vegetarian option, Chicken Alfredo, Pasta Salad, Green Salad, Bread, and Dessert.
To enter, please bring one 8 oz jar of honey if you would like to take part and submit it to the honey desk. You may also vote for ‘best tasting honey’.
Cedar Hive will be raffled at the meeting
Please bring a morning snack to share.
Due to expected high attendance, pre-registration by 9/30/18 is required for meals OR attendance. We have a limit of 300 attendees and will cutoff registration when we hit that number.
It is very unlikely that we will be able to accept walkins on the day of the event.
Parking is very limited so please consider carpooling (North Londonderry Park & Ride is closest)!
Registration forms can be found here:
Tentative agenda: 2018 Fall Meeting Agenda (PDF)