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Cedar Skyping in for TX Beekeeping School, 25th March 2017, TX, USA


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Cedar Skyping in for TX Beekeeping School

Central Texas Beekeeping School
8.30am- 5.30pm, Saturday 25th March 2017
Washington County Fairgrounds, 1305 East Blue Bell Road, Brenham, TX, map - http://www.centraltexasbeekeepers.org/ninth-annual-beekeeping-school---2017.html

This Saturday, Flow Hive co-inventor Cedar Anderson will be joining the 9th Annual Beekeeping School for a special Flow Hive presentation and live skype call from Australia at 4.10pm CDT. Join in on the Question & Answer session to have your Flow Hive questions answered as only Cedar can.
Local Texan beekeepers Teri & John will be at the School to share their experiences beekeeping with their Flow Hive. We really enjoyed meeting Teri & John when we visited Texas to create some of our Meet the Beekeeper episodes, you can watch their episode here:
https://www.honeyflow.com/gallery-videos/meet-the-beekeeper-videos/p/225#MXLiXmkPc1k

The Central Texas Beekeepers Association presents a school where you’ll learn what it takes to build, install and care for your own bee hives. Participants have the chance to suit up, fire up a smoker and experience what it is like to open a hive and have a look inside.
Come along for the chance to win a Flow Hive as part of the Major Door Prize pool available on the day.

The event is in its ninth year and is brimming with talks and demonstrations about bees, raising queens, pests & diseases, making money with bees, honey extraction and much more.
For the beginner and more experienced beekeeper there are a range of classes including:
Intermediate Classes on Bee Plants of Central Texas
Beekeeping for Property Tax Ag Exemption
Beescapes - Selecting Honey Plants
Chemical Free Beekeeping
Honeybee Reproductive Biology
Managing Honeybees in an Africanized Zone
Raising Queens
Removing Bees from Structures
Making Increase with Splits
Making Products from the Hive - like lip balm and soap
What an excellent day!

From 8.30am to 5.30pm this Saturday 25 March 2017. To find out more and to register for the event, visit the Central Texas Beekeepers Association website - https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=iqmq76iab&oeidk=a07edgn186jb9f6f351
Get your questions ready for Saturday.
Until then, happy beekeeping!