Workshop - Beekeeping for Beginners - Step 1 -Emerald - 22nd September 2019
Dont panic... we can still get you ready to start beekeeping this spring with this September course. You are in safe hands... join our community now and create a buzz in your backyard! We can't wait to help you!
Want to learn beekeeping? I can help you begin your journey with Bees with this full day workshop. Learn what you need, how to start, seasonal management, the legal requirements, pests & diseases, and so much more. Simulated demonstrations of techniques to manage increase & attrition of the Colony for optimum health & performance.
Join Bec for a fun, interactive day with loads of info and displays. Colony management is crucial to healthy bees - this day is full of tips, tricks and techniques. Bee Quick as places are limited. No live bees on-board - this is available at our Field Day sessions in Spring and a pre-requisite for future Field Days with our team. Includes Pests & Diseases course of honey bees.
Where: Venue Emerald Community House
Date: 22nd September 2019 (Sunday)
10am-4.00pm BYO Lunch
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Perfect timing to plan your beginning with Bees for upcoming Springtime & remember it is a pre-requisite to join in our Group Field Days & other mini classes for your future learnings & fun with having backyard bees.
Places are limited so book quickly before it's sold out!
- Should students cancel a class (more than 6 calendar days prior to start date), a refund less $50 administration fee will be offered.
- Late cancellations by students ( 5 calendar days or less days prior to course start date) will not be eligible for any refund.
- No Shows forfeit any refunds or transfers.
- Students are welcome to move to the next scheduled course provided notification in writing is received more than 5 days prior to course start date. Transfers must be used within the same calendar year or are forfeited as no shows.