We will be raffling a package of bees at this meeting.
Our guest speaker for the month is be Liying Peng of P&L Bayside Apiary in Barrington, RI. Her presentation will explore many of the amazing attributes of Queens . The newly appointed Officers of the Club elected by the Board of Directors will also be announced.
This is our Annual club meeting where a new slate of Board Members will be voted in. Your attendance and participation is important! We will also be raffling a package of bees this month.
Our guest speaker will be Angela Roell of Yard Bards Farm, Montague, MA.
Angela’s presentation/program will be on “Planning for Regenerative Apiary Management in the Northeast.”
Attendees will review and reflect on their last year. Then, create an apiary action plan for the year to come. The plan will include a management calendar and record keeping system that's effective for their apiary and goals. There will also be an open discussion about collaborative apiary management solutions, and how we, as beekeepers can move towards a regenerative system of Northern Beekeeping. This program is targeted for the intermediate and experienced beekeepers, however, beginning beekeepers can use this as an opportunity to meet and work with other beekeepers on thinking about their apiary, goals, and overall beekeeping plan.
Angela Roell is an educator, evaluator, facilitator, organizer and beekeeper whose studied with studying Dee Lusby and Kirk Webster. Angela is a consultant on change-making projects in the good food movement. Angela runs a small apiary and apicultural business (Yard Birds).
Angela is currently writing a book about honeybees titled "Decolonize the Hive" which will include tools for new beekeepers, perspectives on beekeeping from the field, and organizing tools & strategies cultivated from a long learning relationship with honeybees.