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Beekeeping 201 – February 23th 2019

$115.00

This One Day Classroom-based course The course will include: an overview of seasonal management issues, with a strong focus on spring management such as swarm management and making splits as well as pest management such as determining winter colony loss causes, mite control and pest management.

The class will be held on Saturday, February 23rd 2019 8:00am – 3:00pm
There will be a short break for lunch. Please bring lunch with you.

Where: Humane Animal Rescue 6926 Hamilton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15208

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Product Description

This classroom-based course offers beekeepers detailed information on what to expect the second year of beekeeping and beyond. The course will include: an overview of seasonal management issues, with a strong focus on spring management such as swarm management and making splits as well as pest management such as determining winter colony loss causes, and mite control/ management. The goal is for students to learn how to maximize hive health and productivity. Textbook included. email info@BurghBees.com  Space is limited, So register today!

Prerequisites: BK 101 or equivalent or have kept bees at least 1 year.

Instructors: Jeff Shaw, Apiary Director + Various Local Burgh Bees beekeepers

Textbook: You will receive your copy of the text book at the class.

Exams: Brief quiz at the end of each session, graded in class by students.

Course Fee:  includes the textbook, which will be handed out to students at the class.

Refunds: Full refund up to one week before class, 50% credit toward a future class if notice that a student is unable to attend is received less than one week before the start of the class.

Payment: To reserve your place in the class, please register online or if you prefer send a check payable to Burgh Bees to:  (Beekeeping 201 Course 2019) Attn. Ted Starmack c/o Burgh Bees P.O. Box 90008, Pittsburgh PA 15224