Beekeeping Courses

 

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Location Course Instructor Course dates Contact
Abbotsford        
Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery
2595 Lefeuvre Rd, Abbotsford, BC
BCHPA Beginner Beekeeping Course Judy & Mike Campbell 8 Sessions with 20 hours instructions; 12 hours classroom, 8 hours practical, Classroom Mondays, practical Saturdays; Starts Feb. 22nd, last April 30th

Campbell's Gold Honey Farm

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Aldergrove        

Dancing Bee Apiary
6328 264 Street
Aldergrove BC

Hands-on Beekeeping 2016 Shelley Armstrong Five 5 hour Sessions between March and September, Friday or Saturday; Starts March 5 & 6, last session September 9 & 10. Call Shelley 604 341-8929
         
Delta        
Urban Bee Supplies
6721 Ladner trunk Road,
Delta BC
BCHPA Beginner Beekeeping Course  Lindsay Dault Classes start March 1st. Please visit website for more information: Urban Courses
Urban Bee Supplies 
         
Vancouver        

Hives for Humanity & Honeybee Centre
Hastings and Abbott st Vancouver &
58 W Hastings Street, Vancouver 

Introductory Beekeeping Course - Vancouver Edition  Julia Common Classes Feb 27th & 28t, Field Work May 7th or 15th. For more information go her: Vancouver Intro Course

Hives for Humanity

Honeybee Centre

         
         

 

A Bee's World

A bee's world has two elements, the bee hive and the outside world. The hive is the centre of the colony. It contains the queen (the dominating individual and mother of all bees in the hive), the brood and the food storage. The outside world is the source for their nutrition and the place where they interact with humans, either directly or indirectly.

Both worlds are interdependent. If the outside world is hostile, the colony has a hard time surviving. If the colony is weak due to disease, the bees will not pollinate as efficient with consequences on abundance of fruit and the variety of flowers.

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About Bee Resources

The Surrey Beekeepers Association strives to evaluate resources of bee-keeping knowledge before publishing and present sources which are reliable and relevant for beekepers in Surrey and the Lower Mainland.

Information about bees and their behaviour, challenges, threats, keeping, you name it, can be found abundantly on the internet. Whereas this is a great opportunity, it has it's challenges. The biggest of them is to decide on the relevance and reliability of the shared knowledge.

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