The Geauga County Beekeepers Association is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Org. as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service

Geauga County Beekeepers Association

The 2022 Eleanor Spirka Memorial Scholarship Application window has opened

Details and application are available HERE

Thanks Dick Cryberg for bringing this to our attention. (below)

Varroa Control Commercial_Beekeeping.pdf

Upcoming Meetings

Next Regular Club Meeting

Thursday, Sept. 16th, 6:30pm-8pm

The Rookery
Chesterland

Next Bee Chat

Bee Chat will be September 11th at 10 am

IN PERSON!

Burton Public Library

14588 W Park St, Burton, OH 44021

The Four Seasons of Beekeeping Calendar

note: this document is listed here with the permission of Queen Right Colonies

QRC-BeekeepingCalendar_2021-web.pdf

2021 Meeting Agendas

note: for virtual Meetings, links will be emailed out approx. 15 minutes prior to meeting start

Feb 18 630 PM- virtual - building woodenware, getting bees, beginning beekeeping

Mar 18 630 PM - virtual - beyond first year beekeeping

April 15 630 - virtual - TBA

May 20 630 PM - location The Rookery - Chesterland, Ohio - Queen Rearing and Splits Round Table

June 17 at 6:00 PM - location The Rookery - Chesterland, Ohio - Honey Extraction tips and tricks

July 31 at 9 AM - location University Schools- Field Day with Bees!

Aug TBA - Fair prep or TBA

Sept 16th The Rookery, Chesterland - traveling speaker from OSBA

Oct TBA - Elections, Bake Off, Winter prep

Nov 18 630 PM - virtual - Something about Mead.

MEMBERS

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Are you getting a "File not found 404 error" when attempting to access the Members Only section of our Website? If so Click Here and this slide show will show you how to correct it!

Jim Davis has agreed to do inspections on a limited basis for Geauga county. He is also the inspector for Lake County. If you suspect you have American FoulBrood then by all means have Jim come over to look at your hives. Also, if you are going to sell hives, bees or queens, they have to be inspected before you can sell them. If you have any other problems with bees please call a friend or member of the bee club to try to help resolve the problem.







Looking to buy Local Raw Honey?

Pollen?

Beeswax?

Package Bees?

Queens?

NUC's

Hives and Equipment?

Swarm Removal?

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Your Amazon Smile shopping has resulted in donations to the Geauga County Beekeepers Association in the amount of $283.43

( as of June 2021)

Geauga County Beekeepers is on Facebook

These local bee equipment suppliers are members of the Geauga County Beekeepers Association.

Chances are, they have what you are looking for.