“SAVING THE PLANET, ONE HONEY BEE AT A TIME” THE 2016 HONEYFEST WILL BE THE 10TH ANNUAL “BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER” FRIDAY, SEPT. 9TH, 3 – 7 PM SATURDAY, SEPT. 10TH, 10 AM – 7 PM For more information go to http://centralohiobeekeeper.com/
Presented by Greater Cleveland Beekeepers’ Association Saturday, August 201 – 3 p.m. National Honeybee Day builds community awareness of the bee industry through education and promotion. Celebrate bees with the Botanical Garden and the Greater Cleveland Beekeepers’ Association – explore equipment used to care for beehives, learn about honey extraction and discover the hive in more »
July 14 – 16, Bowling Green KY Preregistration is now open for HAS conference until July 8th. You may sign up online or download the form and mail it in. The conference is 3 days; however, you may sign up for a single day or two days for a discounted amount. We more »
Stratford Ecological Center is proud to offer a comprehensive, season long, beekeeper training program. Starting at the end of March, Stratford’s Beekeeper Apprenticeship Program will provide you with a solid foundation in beekeeping through its bee centered, experience based, approach to learning the art and science of beekeeping. For more information contact Dave Noble at more »
After a successful inaugural 2015 OSBA 4-H Partnership program, the Ohio State Beekeepers Association has renewed and refreshed the program for the 2016 beekeeping and 4-H season. For 2016, the OSBA will selectively sponsor five 4-H members across Ohio by providing the basic woodenware and toolkits to establish 2 complete hives. By partnering OSBA, Extension more »
The Ohio State Beekeepers Association is pleased to announce the 4-H Partnership Program for 2015! We realize that success of a new beekeeper is not reliant on the work of the student and money alone but by the effort of the partnership. Thus the 4-H Partnership Program encourages participation of the guardian, 4H adviser, local more »
Ohio bee keepers are trying to restore the honey bee population around the state. WNKU’s Steve Hirschberg asked Terry Lieberman Smith, with the Ohio State Bee Keepers Association, why the number of bees has been dwindling. She says nobody has a definitive answer; but there are contributing reasons. Listen to the entire interview on WNKU!