Dr Ferhat Ozturk, a visiting Bio Chemist at Alma College, was a presenter at this year’s Michigan Beekeepers Association Spring Conference. Dr. Ozturk and his team are doing a study about Michigan honey. They are looking for honey with medicinal properties. Dr Ozturk experience says this is usually dark honey but is interested in all Michigan honey. They would appreciate … Read More
Introduction to Beekeeping Saturday, March 3 10 am to 4 pm Scottville Senior Center FREE Maybe you’d like a refresher course to move comfortably into spring. Perhaps you’re a newbee or even a wannabee considering getting started for the first time. You may have friends or neighbors interested in beekeeping . . . let’s help each other catch the buzz! … Read More
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When: Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 and Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 Where: This year’s Fall Conference will be held at the Radisson Plaza Hotel (100 W. Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49007) on the in the heart of Downtown Kalamazoo. Our Keynote speakers will be Dr. Dewey Caron and Dr. Larry Connor. For more information visit the Michigan Beekeepers Association
Scottville Beekeepers presents… A SWEET TASTE OF MASON COUNTY JOIN US FOR THIS FIRST TIME EVENT! FREE for all ages! Saturday, October 21 10 am to 3 pm Scottville Senior Center 140 S. Main St. Come meet the folks behind the buzz . . . Local Beeks from all over Mason County will share a taste of their … Read More
Home improvement store Lowe’s announced it will phase out selling bee-killing neonicotinoid and plants treated with neonicotinoids! Get the full story here…Lowe’s to phase out selling neonics!
Hands-on Review: Sunday, July 16 at 1:00 pm (weather permitting) Where we started and where we are now Bring protective bee gear (a few hoods available) Contact Lenny: 773-817-3181 or email@example.com You bring your questions – they’ll be answered in this live demo Inspection + Ready to Super? + Splits (even though it’s late) Bill and Anne Mauer will be … Read More
MCC students restore retired principal’s dream of a nature center. That retired pricipal is our very own Ed Malkowski! Click on the link below to read the full story published by the Mason County Press. CLICK HERE FOR MASON COUNTY PRESS ARTICLE