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Beekeeping 401, "What To Expect With Your New Colony."

  • April 21, 2024
  • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • OC Fair, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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  • Come, join us and experience this four-hour class. You will learn that after hiving a new bee package, there is a lot to do and see. Caring for your first colony is very important. Being able to recognize pollen, nectar, honey and as well, being able to see eggs, larvae and capped brood is essential to the survival of your colony.
    Developing good beekeeping habits early and anticipating what is coming, will give you a heads up to make good decisions with your colony. You will also be making pollen patties in class and taking some home with you.
  • Come, join us and experience this four-hour class. You will learn that after hiving a new bee package, there is a lot to do and see. Caring for your first colony is very important. Being able to recognize pollen, nectar, honey and as well, being able to see eggs, larvae and capped brood is essential to the survival of your colony.
    Developing good beekeeping habits early and anticipating what is coming, will give you a heads up to make good decisions with your colony. You will also be making pollen patties in class and taking some home with you.

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THE ORANGE COUNTY BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION

The OCBA was formed in the 1970′s. Our membership is currently comprised of mostly small-scale beekeepers who are dedicated to keeping bees in the urban environment. The roots here in OC are agricultural, and we haven’t forgotten that.  Copyright 2024

Orange County, California, USA

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