Wyoming Bee College, March 2017
Featured speaker: Jim Tew
Also: Les Crowder, Top Bar expert
Don Studinski will be teaching: How to Become Certified Naturally Grown and a second session on Capturing Swarms
Details: The University of Wyoming Laramie County Extension Office is hosting the Wyoming Bee College Conference at Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne, March 18-19, 2017.
The 2017 conference is bigger with five (5) tracks on day one and four (4) tracks on the second day. The conference is open to everyone interested in the health, welfare and conservation of pollinator insects. The Bee College covers beginning beekeeping 101 (taught by a licensed Veterinarian) and beekeeping-102, journeymen beekeeping methods, native bees and ways to help them all. We are pleased to bring in beekeeping authors James E Tew and Les Crowder along with the Denver Butterfly Pavilion, University of Wyoming’s Bio-Diversity Institute and Rayah Carlson with her program on the Hive as the Medicine Chest plus much more. For more information and a schedule:http://www.wyomingbeecollege.
org or www.eventbrite.com or Catherine at 307-633-4383.