New 2018 Beekeeping Course Dates | Saturday 17th Feb & 24 Mar

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Two new course dates of Beekeeping for Beginners have been announced for early 2018. These courses are very limited with less than 20 places each so it’s a good idea if you’re interested in learning the basics of beekeeping that you book in early to avoid disappointment. You can find more details on the courses here and reserve your spot in a course via our safe and fully secure online shop here.

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What You Can Expect to See and Do at Our Course

The Easy Bits

  • an introduction to bee’s, the thousands of years of beekeeping and why we love honey
  • where to start and what to do on the first day, second day and first month
  • what our club facilities are, how to get more knowledge from all our long time beekeeping members and use of our extensive library of books and DVD’s on bee keeping
  • all the items you need to start and where to put the hive, on a roof, veranda or backyard
  • how to approach the neighbours and get them involved
  • how do you get the bees and how we help you get them into a hive

The Hands on bits

  • We take you down to our hives, kit you up in some protective gear and take the lids off to look inside the working hives to really get you aware of what is happening in a healthy hive
  • The brood box and where the queen is located and how to find her
  • How to set up the hive and ensure your hive is healthy and productive
  • How to inspect the hive and what the hive should look like inside
  • How to make sure the hive is productive and what to look for to make sure the bee’s are producing strong and healthy honey
  • What parts of the hive are needed for all seasons including winter and summer
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About the Author:

Emmanuel has been beekeeping since 2013 and is an active member of the Illawarra Branch of the ABA. He has his own backyard apiary in Sydney's inner west, collects swarms, runs a small hobby website that sells honey and bee products called Save Our Bees and helps with the IT related tasks of our branch.

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