Why not rear your own queens? The Colonial Beekeepers Queen Rearing course introduces methods of rearing queens that work consistently for beekeepers wanting a few back up queens, queens for nucs or many queens for assisting others with their queen needs. Seating is limited to make your plans to attend now. Registration information is listed below.
Colonial Beekeepers February "Getting Started in Beekeeping" presentation will be a great opportunity for those of you considering beekeeping to come out and see what it is all about!
We are a group of beekeepers from the Peninsula and Middle Peninsula areas of Virginia. Members range from as far south as Hampton, to as far north as Middlesex, to as far east as Mathews and all points between. Our purposes are many:
*Enjoying the wonders of nature
*Fostering the keeping, efficient management, and preservation of honey bees
*Providing pollination for local agriculture
*Informing members and our communities of the ecological and economic benefits of honey bees
*Educating members in the science and techniques of apiculture (Being "beekeepers" and not "bee-havers")
Regular meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month, from 7 PM to 9 PM, in the Fellowship Hall of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Yorktown, VA.
For directions to St. Luke's click here.
Come out and join us!