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    • Our workshops are geared to helping you look after your bees and the environment in which they live with sustainability in mind.

      Up coming workshops.

      For more info Contact us
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-23 10:00 2019-07-23 12:00
      Attendies 4
      Details Learn how to maintain your equipment. Cull equipment and comb for disease and contamination. Things to look for in buying equipment.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-24 10:00 2019-07-24 16:00
      Attendies 8
      Details This series of workshops will be about foods that bee need for health. There will be an eye to plantings that benefits us as well. Honey and pollen is the two main food sources for both human and bees. Others are wax, propalis and the bees and queens themselves. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-26 10:00 2019-07-2612:00
      Attendies 5
      Details Join us in our adventure in foraging forest products. These workshops are to help you recognize the real values in the forest. The number of items a forest provides us with is eminence. Food, medicines, building materials, art materials.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-12 10:00 2019-09-12 14:00
      Attendies 4
      Details
      • Prepare yard for winterizing
      • Check Bees for Feed
      • Learn treatment options for both Agrabis and sustainable approaches to agriculture.
      • Prepare hives for wrapping and Rap.
      • Prepare wind and snow brakes.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-20 10:00 2019-09-20 13:00
      Attendies 10
      Details
    • Honey extraction Sept 10 2011. Seats  10
      • Setup a portable extraction system
      • Learn to prep honey for extraction
      • Uncapping methouds, extraction with extrator
      • Learn simple methoud of preing your honey for bottleing.
    • Our workshops are geared to helping you look after your bees and the environment in which they live with sustainability in mind.

      Up coming workshops.

      For more info Contact us
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-03-21 2019-03-21 16:00
      Attendies 8
      Details This is our first and second visit to the bees. The first is useulay done a week or two aheada The firest actual working of the bees. This inisial evaluation of the bees. is just a quick peek to judge the size cluster and itís vitality. The hive is tested for weight to deturmin availble feed. This data will greatly help in planing and exicution of the main visit.Where we will feed rearance come and get a quick look at the brood it the day is warm enough.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-05-10
      Attendies 10
      Details

      The Anu Collective Beekeeping

      This is a summer long group of workshops that will guide you though a beekeeping season. We will cover site site selection, setup, equipment needed and maintenance, hive evaluation, breeding and queen production, honey production, though to putting your hives to bed for the winter. This event will start on the May long weekend. This will be a 4 Day event. For more details click here
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-05-16 10:00 2019-05-16 16:00
      Attendies 10
      Details In this workshop we will be exploring the different possible ways you can expand your yard. Making splits is a vary good way. We will explore the pros and cons of letting the girls make their own. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-05-16 10:00 2019-05-16 16:00
      Attendies 1
      Details In This workshop we will doing a variety of things in the yard. Continuing our seasonal approach to training.
      • Evaluate yard for hive health and strength

          We will review and reinforce our training in Hive Evaluation<.
      • Work starter for grafting.
      • Queen Introduction egg check.
      • Nuc check for emergence.
      • Data

        . record data and yard map
      Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-05-25 2019-04-12 04:05
      Attendies 5
      Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-17 10:00 2019-07-17 16:00
      Attendies 1
      Details We continue with our Early summer management of the bees. We are now starting to see our spring pastures dry up. We need now to keeping our bees feed and hopefully with enough feed for our winter sales after the girls are well feed with their own feed if not contaminated. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-19 09:00 2019-07-19 14:00
      Attendies 6
      Details This will be an introductory workshop on the harvest and assembly of yurt walls. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-21 10:00 2019-07-21†14:00
      Attendies 4
      Details Join us for a interactive workshop in the make of Replacement nucs, queen catching and introduction We will also cover brood evaluation and recording. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-23 10:00 2019-07-23 12:00
      Attendies 4
      Details Learn how to maintain your equipment. Cull equipment and comb for disease and contamination. Things to look for in buying equipment.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-23 †10:00 2019-07-23 †14:00
      Attendies 4
      Details This Workshop will take place at the Flurry farm yard in Cherryville. Please contact for directions. We will start at 10 AM. We will cover the Fallowing.
      • Hive evaluation.
      • Nuc making
      • Queen Catching
      • Queen introduction.
      Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-24 10:00 2019-07-24 16:00
      Attendies 8
      Details This series of workshops will be about foods that bee need for health. There will be an eye to plantings that benefits us as well. Honey and pollen is the two main food sources for both human and bees. Others are wax, propalis and the bees and queens themselves. Details
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-07-26 10:00 2019-07-2612:00
      Attendies 5
      Details Join us in our adventure in foraging forest products. These workshops are to help you recognize the real values in the forest. The number of items a forest provides us with is eminence. Food, medicines, building materials, art materials.
      status Start Date End Date
      255 2019-09-11 08:00 2019-09-13 17:00
      Attendies 20
      Details Not exactly a workshop but you will be informed. Drop by our booth at the Roots and Beets event in Cherryville. Join us and support the bees and other pollinators in your area.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-12 10:00 2019-09-12 14:00
      Attendies 4
      Details
      • Prepare yard for winterizing
      • Check Bees for Feed
      • Learn treatment options for both Agrabis and sustainable approaches to agriculture.
      • Prepare hives for wrapping and Rap.
      • Prepare wind and snow brakes.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-20 08:00 2019-09-20 04:00
      Attendies 10
      Details Extraction workshop and winter prep. We will collect and extract honey. We also will prepare hives for winter. This will include feeding, mite treatment and hive placement rapping etc.
      status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-20 10:00 2019-09-20 13:00
      Attendies 10
      Details
    • Honey extraction Sept 10 2011. Seats  10
      • Setup a portable extraction system
      • Learn to prep honey for extraction
      • Uncapping methouds, extraction with extrator
      • Learn simple methoud of preing your honey for bottleing.
    • status Start Date End Date
      New 2019-09-26 10:00 2019-09-26 15:00
      Attendies 8
      Details

      This series of workshops will be about foods that bee need for health. There will be an eye to plantings that benefits us as well.

      Honey and pollen is the two main food sources for both human and bees. Others are wax, propolis. The quality and quantity of these resources is essential for the health of honey bees, Pollinators. There are many factors that effect both. Unfortunately current agricultural practices severely impact both. In this workshop we will briefly look at the main sources of the problems, The bulk will be spent on hive management, educational programs and planting practices that will eliminate the problem of CCD. Details

      status Start Date End Date
      New 2020-02-24 2019-02-24 14:00
      Attendies 4
      Details

    Earth Heart Colective Workshops

    Our workshops are geared to helping you look after your bees and the environment in which they live with sustainability in mind.

    Up coming workshops.

    For more info Contact us
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-03-21 2019-03-21 16:00
    Attendies 8
    Details This is our first and second visit to the bees. The first is useulay done a week or two aheada The firest actual working of the bees. This inisial evaluation of the bees. is just a quick peek to judge the size cluster and itís vitality. The hive is tested for weight to deturmin availble feed. This data will greatly help in planing and exicution of the main visit.Where we will feed rearance come and get a quick look at the brood it the day is warm enough.
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-05-10
    Attendies 10
    Details

    The Anu Collective Beekeeping

    This is a summer long group of workshops that will guide you though a beekeeping season. We will cover site site selection, setup, equipment needed and maintenance, hive evaluation, breeding and queen production, honey production, though to putting your hives to bed for the winter. This event will start on the May long weekend. This will be a 4 Day event. For more details click here
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-05-16 10:00 2019-05-16 16:00
    Attendies 10
    Details In this workshop we will be exploring the different possible ways you can expand your yard. Making splits is a vary good way. We will explore the pros and cons of letting the girls make their own. Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-05-16 10:00 2019-05-16 16:00
    Attendies 1
    Details In This workshop we will doing a variety of things in the yard. Continuing our seasonal approach to training.
    • Evaluate yard for hive health and strength

        We will review and reinforce our training in Hive Evaluation<.
    • Work starter for grafting.
    • Queen Introduction egg check.
    • Nuc check for emergence.
    • Data

      . record data and yard map
    Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-05-25 2019-04-12 04:05
    Attendies 5
    Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-07-17 10:00 2019-07-17 16:00
    Attendies 1
    Details We continue with our Early summer management of the bees. We are now starting to see our spring pastures dry up. We need now to keeping our bees feed and hopefully with enough feed for our winter sales after the girls are well feed with their own feed if not contaminated. Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-07-19 09:00 2019-07-19 14:00
    Attendies 6
    Details This will be an introductory workshop on the harvest and assembly of yurt walls. Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-07-21 10:00 2019-07-21†14:00
    Attendies 4
    Details Join us for a interactive workshop in the make of Replacement nucs, queen catching and introduction We will also cover brood evaluation and recording. Details
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-07-23 †10:00 2019-07-23 †14:00
    Attendies 4
    Details This Workshop will take place at the Flurry farm yard in Cherryville. Please contact for directions. We will start at 10 AM. We will cover the Fallowing.
    • Hive evaluation.
    • Nuc making
    • Queen Catching
    • Queen introduction.
    Details
    status Start Date End Date
    255 2019-09-11 08:00 2019-09-13 17:00
    Attendies 20
    Details Not exactly a workshop but you will be informed. Drop by our booth at the Roots and Beets event in Cherryville. Join us and support the bees and other pollinators in your area.
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-09-20 08:00 2019-09-20 04:00
    Attendies 10
    Details Extraction workshop and winter prep. We will collect and extract honey. We also will prepare hives for winter. This will include feeding, mite treatment and hive placement rapping etc.
    status Start Date End Date
    New 2019-09-26 10:00 2019-09-26 15:00
    Attendies 8
    Details

    This series of workshops will be about foods that bee need for health. There will be an eye to plantings that benefits us as well.

    Honey and pollen is the two main food sources for both human and bees. Others are wax, propolis. The quality and quantity of these resources is essential for the health of honey bees, Pollinators. There are many factors that effect both. Unfortunately current agricultural practices severely impact both. In this workshop we will briefly look at the main sources of the problems, The bulk will be spent on hive management, educational programs and planting practices that will eliminate the problem of CCD. Details

    status Start Date End Date
    New 2020-02-24 2019-02-24 14:00
    Attendies 4
    Details
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