Beginning Beekeepers Class

For your friends who are wishing to start beekeeping, or for those of you who have discovered that there is really a lot to learn about keeping bees alive and healthy, we have scheduled Tina Sebestyen to teach beginning beekeeping this spring...

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Food Safety Class

Food Safety Training for Cottage Food Vendors. This 4 hour training provides a 3 year certification and meets the food safety training requirement for Colorado Cottage Foods Act. Learn the specifics for operating a food business from a home...

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Volunteer Recognition

Thank you to all the NCBA members that have volunteered to help at the Larimer County Fair NCBA display.  If you are planning to attend the Fair at the Ranch, please come to see our great exhibit in the First National Bank Exhibition Hall...

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Scholarship Awarded

Bryan Davis was awarded a scholarship to help fund attending a honey bee rearing class in Colorado Springs. Thank you, Bryan, for your interest in honey bees and your willingness to spend your time and energy learning more.

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April Volunteer Recognition

Thank you to: Many volunteers who helped with the package delivery day: Sherri Kerst, NCBA member – Lunch Run for Volunteers Mitch Cheek, NCBA Advisor – Traffic Managment Zack Owens, Lazy Bee Ranch – Honeybee Trailer Kelvin...

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Volunteer Recognition

Thank you to: Mitch Cheek, Bryan Davis, Gene Wolf, Pete Linde, Len Ewy Mitch pulled together our parking team which has done an amazing job of managing the parking during our Meetings and Classes at the Kerst facility. This has been a huge help...

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Who’s a Beekeeper?

Extracted from March Bee Culture. In 2017, 86% of beekeepers are over 45, down from 92% in 1997. 53% have a college education, up from 43% 20 years ago. 72% have 10 or less colonies. 63% are rural, 37% are urban, changing from 90% and 10%. Only...

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Contacts

970-658-4949
Northern Colorado
webmaster@nocobees.org

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