NJBA Spring Meeting
June 6th, 2015 - Liberty Corner NJ
We are pleased to have featured speaker Dr. David Tarpy, Professor and Extension Apiculturist at the Department of Entomology, NC State University. David will be presenting two topics: the benefits of genetic diversity within colonies and a talk on the quality of commercial queens. State Apiarist Tim Schuler will also be presenting a state apiarist report and a summary of the annual winter death loss survey results.
The program will also feature a number of interactive stations and sessions with live bees. A continental breakfast and lunch are included with your registration.
The meeting will be hosted at the Fellowship
Deaconry, 3575 Valley Road, Liberty Corner NJ. (Note:
Use Basking Ridge as the town for your GPS)
The cost to participate will be $25 for online registrants, $30.00 on the day of the event. Online Registration will be available on the NJBA website by mid to late April. A non-online option is also be available.
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The May Meeting will be a second hands on meeting. We are going to do a live "Bee-Lining" demonstration and check into the progress of the hives. We'll also be demoing in the field live updates to the clubs records for Hive Tracks - Hive journaling software.
May 16th, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Location: Round Mountain Mentoring Hives - Readington NJ
Click here for Directions
February Meeting Recap
John Gaut Presentation
We would like to extend our thanks once more to John Gaut for his presentation on hive insulation and monitoring - and the ABF conference recap.
Unfortunately a technical problem will prevent us from posting his presentation in video form but he has graciously provded his presentation for our members.
Queen Castle Presentation
This presentation hits the highlights of what a queen castle is and why you would want to use one.
Bob Kloss presented on how to make honey bee fondant. The recipe is based upon a video source from DC Honey Bees on YouTube.
We've refreshed our Gadget Garage Page.
Solar Wax Melters, Swarm Traps, Hive stands, Mite Shakers and more. Do you have a little DIY in you? Check it out and send us pictures of what you're making in your garage.
You can also share ideas that others have provided by posting to our Facebook page.
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NWNJBA Gadget Garage
Visit our gadget garage. This is a collection of different equipment items and techniques that you can use for beekeeping. Swarm devices, waters, hive stands and more.
The New Jersey Beekeepers Association offers
scholarships to youth who have an interest in beekeeping. If you would like to know more about the program click the link below
The NJ Swarm Report
NWNJBA supports the New Jersey Swarm Report. Visit the page to see information about swarms being reported all over NJ. More information is
available at the website.
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