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May
21
May 21st 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
POSTPONED: Meet and Greet: A change to meet other Boston area beekeepers in an informal setting.
May
18
Join longtime beekeeper Mark Lewis in BABA's apiary at MassAudubon's Boston Nature Center to learn how and when to split a hive, and some of the many ways to perform splits. We will also discuss swarms, and learn a few basic swarm-catching tips & tricks.
Mar
02
Mar 02nd - All Day
All day WCBA (Worcester County Beekeepers Assoc) meeting on March 2nd at the Grafton High School. Speakers include Marla Spivak of Minnesota and Christina Grozinger of Penn State speaking on their recent research on bee health.
Jan
15
The "Anchor Room" on the 1st floor
Jan 15th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Mel Gadd will present "Natural Approaches to treating Honeybees: Discussion of the positive effects of using natural fungus, mushrooms & other plants to treat threats to our honeybees".
Oct
28
Follow the Honey
Oct 28th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Award-winning San Francisco Chronicle journalist and fifth-generation beekeeper Meredith May will be in conversation with Noah Wilson-Rich, Chief Scientific Officer of Best Bees Company, about her forthcoming memoir, THE HONEY BUS: A Girl Saved By Bees.
Oct
10
BPL, West Roxbury Branch
Oct 10th 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ever wondered what it's like to keep bees in the city, or even just help them survive?
Sep
13
BPL, Parker Hill Branch
Sep 13th 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Ever wondered what it's like to keep bees in the city, or even just help them survive?
Feb
08
Feb 08th 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Our annual Bee School starts on February 8th.
Nov
16
CIC in the "Lighthouse North" room
Nov 16th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Dave Strickler, CTO of Beekeeping.io, will be speaking on monitoring your hives with BroodMinder equipment. He'll present their findings over the past two years, with graphs that will show you what's happening inside your hive without ever lifting the lid.
Oct
21
Hayden Classroom, Boston Nature Center
Oct 21st 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sarah Red-Laird, founder and executive director of the Bee Girl organization, will take you on the journey of her story, driven by a deep reverence for our honey bees. She'll also report on her latest education programs and research projects, collaborating with Washington State University, The Farm at Southern Oregon University, and the Oregon Department of Transportation.
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