Bee a Pollinator!
Check out the Bee a Pollinator page to find out how you can help bees and join the campaign!
Happy New Year!
It's never too early to start thinking about and planning for this year's honey bees. The Olympia Beekeeper's Association is a fabulous resource for education, bees, fellowship, mentorship and troubleshooting help as you prepare to install your first or hundredth hive this season! We hope to see you at our 2016 meetings on the second Monday of each month. We're planning a great roster of speakers and programs for the year. If you're thinking about having bees one day or simply appreciate them and want to learn more, the association is a great place to start.
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Have a Swarm of Bees?
The next regular meeting and beginning beekeeping class will be on Monday, February 8th. Meeting is from 7-9:00 pm and class meets from 6-7:00 p.m. at Chinook Middle School in Lacey.
The featured presentation for February's meeting is "A Skep, Spring Prep and Look! A Squirrel". Ernie Schmidt, presenter, will discuss the world of the skep, methods of spring preparation for our bees, and "Ernie's Tales From the Hive."
All are welcome to attend!
- Education Classes (Beginning Beekeeping/Apprenticeship program) at 6pm in classroom 104
- Membership Meeting follows at 7pm in the cafeteria
Membership is $25 per year. You can sign up at our meeting, or fill out this form.