Please join the Upper Eastern Shore Beekeeping Association on July 14th for our July meeting.
5:00: In-hive Demonstration
6:30: Regular Meeting
Cybil Preston (Head State Apiarist for Maryland, EAS Master Beekeeper) will be joining us for a live in-hive demonstration, and then a sit down meeting. The meeting will be in two parts. At 5:00 PM, Cybil will demonstrate how she inspects a hive, and the things she looks for during an inspection. Inspectors are active again, and inspecting hives in the state. Cybil will also demonstrate how to do mite counts with an alcohol and sugar roll, and talk about various hive management practices. For those of you who took the Beekeeping 101 Class in the last two years, here is a great chance to make up for the in person parts of the class that couldn’t be held. At 6:30, the regular meeting will begin. Cybil will talk about the inspection process and things she is seeing in hives right now in the state. She will interpret the results of the mite counts taken during the earlier inspection, and discuss treatment thresholds and treatments. The meeting will be held in a backyard in Still Pond, and refreshments will be provided. Join us for both parts of the meeting, or just the regular meeting at 6:30. Come catch up with your fellow area beekeepers, and enjoy a wealth of good beekeeping education.
Please bring a lawn chair.
Rain date July 21.
Questions? Text or call Mary Laura Fitzgerald (301) 345-8171.
Address and Directions:
26661 Old Still. Pond Rd.
Still Pond, MD
From center of Still Pond (JCT. 292 & 566) go West on 566 just past 5th house on right (South side). Just before the phone pole is grass lane that goes South 150ft past a white barn, through a white gate to the meadow. If you are coming in from 301, the house will be on the left just before the center of Still Pond.
> Please park along road & walk back
Past Events Gallery
Mike Embrey spoke about spring hive management at our February 2017 meeting.
Master beekeeper David Smith shared his knowledge on harvesting honey.
Cybil Preston spoke at our June meeting about working with Mack, the bee dog.