UESBA's purpose is to organize programs for current and future beekeepers, educate and teach responsible and modern beekeeping practices, and inform the public of the importance of honey bees to our survival. The UESBA serves primarily Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne’s Counties of Maryland.
November 13: Beekeeping at the White House
Charlie Brandts has been keeping bees since 2007. After working at the White House through multiple administrations, in March 2009 he was tapped for the position of beekeeper in the newly established hives that are part of the White House Kitchen Garden. Charlie retired this month and now tends over 100 personal hives, and produces and sells honey and nucs. He will join us this month to share his experiences in beekeeping at the White House. Please join us for this interesting evening.
Wednesday meetings are at:
Kent County Public Library
Little yellow building in the back parking lot.
There will be refreshments and networking for a few minutes before the presentation.