Bees as well as other pollinators help to produce over $19 billion a year in agricultural crops through pollination. It is important that we do our part through conservation efforts to help our pollinators thrive.
When: August 20, 2016, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Where: Calhoun Community College (Decatur Campus)
Classes and demonstrations will be available to suit the needs of beekeepers at every level of experience in addition to those individuals just wanting to learn more about an amazing group of insects.
- Honey Bees and Water
- What Does A Good Colony Look Like?
- Monitoring Africanized Honey Bee Activity
- Queen Rearing – Cell Punch Method
- Location and Setup of Your New Apiary
- Harvesting Your Honey Crop
- And much more