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Woodenware order is in! If you put in an order, pick up is at 5070 Parkside Ave Philadelphia Pa 19124. Contact Don Shump to arrange pickup time. 267.307.8405
Montgomery County Beekeepers Association presents Dr. Dewey M. Caron on Thursday March 19, 2015, at 7:00PM. The discussion will be on what beekeepers, with 1 to 10 colonies, are doing for colony stewardship to reduce their losses. He will also address: -What beekeepers … Continue reading
Getting Started with Honey Bees Day-long classroom instruction for new beekeepers on March 7 PLUS hands-on Field Days May 16 & July 11 Enrollment is limited to 25. Course fee includes a one-year membership to The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild, text book, … Continue reading
A great big thank you to all who attended our 2015 Annual Natural Beekeeping Symposium in record-breaking numbers. This year the Symposium sold out early and our vendor list is growing.
We could not have done it without our informative speakers: Ross Conrad and Katy Ciola Evans.
We are ever grateful to our wonderful vendors: Worcester Honey Farms (www.pabeekeeper.com), Mithras Candle (www.mithrascandle.com), Instar Apiaries (http://www.instarapiaries.com), Sweet Valley Hives (www.sweetvalleyhives.com) Fisher Bee Farm (www.fisherbeefarm.com) and Dancing Bee Gardens (dancingbeegardens.com) and our generous sponsors: Temple University’s Office of Sustainability and Whole Foods Market, Mid-Atlantic North region.
The symposium will be held at Temple University’s main campus in North Philadelphia, in Kiva Auditorium located in the Ritter Hall Annex. Note that the entrance to the building is on Cecil B. Moore Ave. between Broad and 13th Streets, and that the side … Continue reading
The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild will have their first monthly meeting for 2015 on January 15th at 7:30 at St. James School. Suzanne Matlock will examine the scientific method and present on how bee experiments have helped to broaden our knowledge of bees. … Continue reading