Date(s) - March 4, 2023
Are you a new beekeeper or looking to relearn the basics? Are you far enough along in your beekeeping journey that you would like to setup your own honey house or explore queen rearing? Are you thinking about keeping bees in something other than a Langstroth hive? Are you interested in cooking with honey or learning how to make mead?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then the MSBA 2023 Virtual Conference is for you! A virtual setting will allow us to record ALL of the presentations and have them available for registered attendees to watch at their convenience at a later date. Virtual will also ensure that we do not have a last-minute cancellation due to the unpredictable weather as we did in March 2022.
Tracks are Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced/Misc presented by some of Missouri’s most knowledgeable beekeepers as well as keynote speaker Anthony Nearman. His primary research focus is honeybee pathophysiology and its relationship to colony loss.
Prior to the conference we will send you the Zoom link information to the registration email you utilize below.
Agenda is as follows:
Registrations are closed for this event.