"Colony Health for the Hobbyist/Sideliner Beekeeper"
November 16th, 2019 - 8:30 a.m to 5 p.m. - Hemmingson Center at Gonzaga University
This event is designed to bring current information on bee colony health to the hobbyist/sideliner beekeeper.
We will be at the John J. Hemmingson Center at Gonzaga University.
Parking will be free in the parking garage off Hamilton onto E. Desmet Ave.
Lunch is furnished as part of your ticket and we will be eating in the student dining area.
We will have many great speakers speaking from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm with a lunch in the middle.
The price for this event is $55.
Registration is online only at Brown Paper Tickets by clicking here:
Kelley Kulhanek, Ph.D student and BIP Member Bee Your Best Beekeeper - Best Management Practices; and
Varroa Population Trends
Zachary Lamas, Member vanEngelsdorp Lab
Keeping Winter Prep Begins Mid-summer
Dr. Steve Sheppard, Washington State University
The Future for WSU's Bee Program
Dr. Jennifer Han,
Using Fungi for Biological Control of Varroa
Dr. Nick Naeger,
Fungal Products as Potential Solutions for Bee Viruses
Dr. Brandon Hopkins, Washington State Unive
Effects of EFB and Treatment;
New Trends and Virus Brood Disease
Pat Heitkam, Vice President of Bee Informed Partnership
Packages and Queen Rearing
Microbials andYour Beehive
...more to come
Speaker Bios and Venue Information: