Feb 15, 2020 (Lecture) | April 4th (Field)
Check-in starting at 8:30 Lecture - 9a-4p
This is an introductory level course that focuses on everything you need to start beekeeping, including topics on beekeeping equipment, protective gear, honey bee biology, stressors, and management basics. Part I of the course includes lectures by several speakers & hands-on activities. Part II of the course is a field day that gets you in the hives and takes the lessons from Part I into practice. Learn how to setup the equipment, install and handle bees safely, and perform hive inspections.
If you have any questions please call 402-472-8378 email email@example.com or visit https://entomology.unl.edu/bee-lab
Pre-registration required for all UNL courses: https://ssp.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_06eNidmd00tlvQp
The $80 per person includes a beekeeping handbook, lecture slides, equipment catalogs, varroa mite monitoring kit, refreshments & lunch.
$30 for each additional family member (does not include handbooks; only covers food costs) Make checks payable to: University of Nebraska Send class fee to: UNL Bee Lab 103 Entomology Hall Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Your seat will not be reserved until your payment has been received.