Brushy Mountain Bee Farm Webinar

I’ve taken several webinars from Brushy Mountain Bee Farm, and they have all been very informative. I received the information below on an upcoming webinar about something that is very topical for me as I’m starting my 2nd year as a beekeeper:

Year 2 – Build them up, keep them healthy, and produce honey
We will have a panel made up of beekeepers from different parts of the U.S. Each will discuss the steps they take coming out of winter to build the colonies. We will cover how to get the most from the colony while also keeping it healthy. Lets get ready for the coming year. Panelist include Kim Flottum (editor of Bee Culture Magazine) and Marygael Meister (hobby beekeeper in Denver, CO)
Title: Year 2 – Build them up, keep them healthy, and produce honey
Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

The webinar is free; however, space is limited and advanced registration is required. Reserve your Webinar seat now at:


Filed under beekeeping, education

3 responses to “Brushy Mountain Bee Farm Webinar

  1. Looks like a useful class. Thanks for the alert! I’ve shared it with my beekeeping group in Albuquerque.

  2. Mil

    Hi Kari,
    Can you tell me your experiences with the Brushy Mountain Bee Farm webinar? I have a friend who has bees, but hasn’t had much luck with them. We’ve urged her to take a class, and I’m wondering if this would be up her alley. Thanks!

    Best wishes,
    Mil (a 3rd year urban beekeeper)

  3. I’ve found them very useful to supplement the information I’d already learned via a bunch of reading. They just started a 4 part beginning series on March 14th with the 2nd class on the 16th. It may be too late to register, but they usually always post their webinars on their site so it might be useful to look through all the links:

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