Two new course dates of Beekeeping for Beginners have been announced for 2019
Our branch President, Penny writes about the success of the 2019 open day.
With just a few days to go until our open day, we’re getting plenty of interest. Thanks to our hard-working committee, members, social pages and the local newspaper we have received a lot of enquiries over the past few days so it looks like it will be popular. Remember gates open 9am to 3pm
A Queensland-based research team led by Dr. Diana Leemon has completed a three-year research project as part of the AgriFutures™ Honey Bee and Pollination Program, investigating the development of an external attractant trap for SHB in an attempt to reduce numbers affecting hives.
This will be the first meeting of 2019. Lamorna and other experienced beekeepers will share and demonstrate beekeeping techniques.
See the video and the report on our October 2018 field day with swarms and Stu anderson from Flow. Plus a special 10% discount from Flow
Bees & Pollinators: School Holiday Program, A Big Success
Q & A session to have your Flow Hive questions answered as only Stuart can. Plus witness a live bee swarm demonstration and learn bee behaviour and the best methods to gather a swarm safely and effectively
Meet the New DPI Bee Biosecurity Officer: Mark Page. Mark will be visiting us at our clubs night meeting on in 11 November 2018