Beekeeper Basics at CVU
Have you thought about keeping bees? This is the opportunity to learn more about these vital and fascinating creatures providing so much of our food. The instructors have over 50 years of experience among them. The three sessions will enlighten, and maybe inspire, you to start a few hives of your own or learn more about your bee passion. Plenty of question-and-answer time and all the info needed to start your own operation. Visit the CVUHS website and search for Beekeeping!
Instructor: Vermont Beekeepers Association's Bill Mares & Kate Blofson Fee: $45 Limit: 30
Announcing the 2020 Honey Contest
2019 VBA Winter Meeting Agenda
Agenda for VBA Winter Meeting
January 29, 2019
Location: Essex Junction Fairgrounds - Blue Ribbon Pavilion
Miller North Conference Rooms A & B
For our book on Vermont beekeeping history, we are looking for any digital photos of hive damage from Hurricane Irene.
Bill Mares and Ross Conrad
The Secret to Better Berries? Wild Bees
First study to reveal wild bees’ impacts on blueberry size, quality from UVM's Gund Institute for Environment.
Want bigger, faster-growing blueberries? New research shows wild bees are an essential secret ingredient in larger and better blueberry yields – producing plumper, faster-ripening berries.