Do you speak publicly or attend meetings about bees? Staff educational booths or just want to show off that you're a beekeeper?
The Vermont Beekeepers Association is now offering a wide range of high- quality clothing options through Lands’ End Business Catalog, customized with the VBA logo! Here’s how it works:
- Last Updated: 06 July 2020 06 July 2020
This was one highlight from today's Winter Meeting of the group as part of the Vermont Farm Show.
Over 150 people attended the day-long meeting which included educational seminars and the first look at a new book: The Land of Milk & Honey by VBA members Bill Mares and Ross Conrad.
- Last Updated: 28 January 2020 28 January 2020
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) announces the availability of grant funds for the purpose of strengthening Vermont’s specialty crop industries and improving the performance of Vermont specialty crops within local, domestic, and international markets. Specialty crops are defined as fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture crops (including honey, hops, and maple syrup), and nursery crops (including Christmas trees and floriculture). Interested applicants must submit a pre-application by February 26, 2020. Read more.
- Last Updated: 18 January 2020 18 January 2020
There are many ways to market honey. For nearly a decade, Scott and Valarie Wilson of Heavenly Honey Apiary have hosted a beekeeping display at the Fair Haven Welcome Center. The themes vary with this year's theme highlighting the health benefits of products from the hive. Please stop by as you travel through the area and be sure to sign the guest book.
- Last Updated: 12 January 2020 12 January 2020