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Brandie Horner
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Brandie Horner is attending Gabriela Hassil's event
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March Fun Meeting - Tucka Saville + our District's Apiary Inspector Chris Alonso at Pine Jog Environmental Education Center

March 1, 2019 from 6:30pm to 8pm
topic: "What to expect as a Newbee/Intro to Beekeeping"; beekeeping basics "Varroa and Wax Moths and Beetles, OH MY! ...So you think you want to be a beekeeper?"For our March fun meeting, Tucka bee will speak on equipment, safety, FL registration, beeyard locations, options for acquiring bees, common pests + diseases, and good management practices in beginning beekeeping.She will also bee live at the club apiary on Saturday for a hive dive and inspection demo. Bring your protective gear and an…See More
Feb 14

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Brandie Horner is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event
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Fun Meeting with David Mendes at Pine Jog Educational Center

November 2, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Topic:"A year's cycle in commercial beekeeping"  Bio:Dave Mendes used to be the largest commercial beekeeper in FL.He founded Headwaters Farm - now called Wonderful Bees - and is one of the largest beekeeping operations in the United States. It has been pollinating almonds, cranberries and blueberries for more than 30 years.…See More
Oct 22, 2018

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Brandie Horner is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event
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Fun Meeting with Michael Bush at Pine Jog Educational Center

October 5, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Topic: 8 Frame Medium Hive Set Up and Theoretical Part of the Observation Hive Michael Bush has had an eclectic set of careers from printing and graphic arts, to construction to computer programming and a few more in between. Currently he is working in computers. He has been keeping bees since the mid 70's, usually from two to seven hives up until the year 2000. Varroa forced more experimentation which required more hives and the number has grown steadily over the years from then. By 2008 it…See More
Sep 14, 2018

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Brandie Horner is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event
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Fun Meeting with Solomon Parker at Pine Jog Educational Center

September 7, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Topic: "Easy Breeding and Expansion Methods"- Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Swarm Think breeding and splitting is hard?  It really isn’t.  Learn some easy ways to increase the size of your apiary so that you can be well ahead of losses you may experience in the future."Solomon Parker is committed to educating…See More
Aug 15, 2018

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Brandie Horner is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event
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Fun Meeting August 3rd, 2018 with Dr. Jeff Harris at Pine Jog Educational Center

August 3, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Topic:"Bee Anatomy, Biology and Development of Varroa Mites and How to Breed Resistant Bees"Jeff is the Extension/Research Agriculturist at Mississippi State University.  He moved to Mississippi after working for 15 years as a bee breeder with the USDA, ARS Honey Bee Breeding Lab in Baton Rouge, LA.  He is best known for his…See More
Jul 31, 2018

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Brandie Horner is now a member of Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association
Jul 11, 2018

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