ANOTHER FREE CLASS HOSTED BY THE NYC BEEKEEPING GROUP! HOORAY!
The Topic Today:
Continuing the transition to field work, tonight we'll step through a colony's first summer in terms of what you as a beekeeper will look for to determine that your bees are "making progress."
Picking up where we left off last week, we'll go over:
- bee inspections,
- hive handling,
- and other practical skills (like how to light your smoker),
IF YOU ARE A FIRST YEAR BEEKEEPER OR HAVE RECENTLY JOINED US AND WANT TO ASSIST THIS YEAR, THIS WILL BE AN ESPECIALLY VALUABLE SESSION.
We'll also distribute jacket/veils and pheromone lures to those who ordered with the group.
Almost everyone has received and assembled their woodenware by now. Please reserve questions about gear details for the end of the session or email email@example.com ahead of time so we make the best use of our class time.
As usual, class is being held at the Central Park Arsenal, tonight (Tuesday, April 12th) at 6.30PM. Remember to RSVP on their website (http://www.nycbeekeeping.com/) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org