Queen Breeders Research Opportunity (King County area) Curious about helping to improve the genetics of our local bees – then read on! Queen genetics are […]
MAY ‘23 IN THE APIARY BY KATHY COX This is quite possibly the busiest time of beekeeping! What are you doing? Are you checking for […]
By KATHY COX It feels like Spring is trying to make its way here. The bees are bringing in lots of yellow pollen. The first […]
Last month PSBA issued a notice to be careful opening messages from PSBA board members. Since then, we have restored and also strengthened our security.
Still tired from the time change? At least there is something to cheer about-Spring is 2 weeks away! I know I am anxious to see […]
Magali Dieny Eaton, a Journeyman Beekeeper, is teaching our last Backyard Beekeeper Beginner Class this year on March 18 & 19 from 8:30 Am to […]
Tracy Klein, a Master Beekeeper, is teaching a beginners class on February 25 & 26th from 8:30 to 12:30pm each day. There are only a […]
Jeff Steenbergen has a Top Bar class this Thursday 2/23 from 6-8:30pm. There is still room left. For those interested, register online.
Are you staying warm? I hope the bees are! Spring can’t be too far away. Let’s hope it is nothing like last year. I hope […]
January ’23 in the Apiary By Kathy Cox Say goodbye to ’22! I won’t miss it. Will you? I sure hope the spring is really […]