Winter is upon us again. And that means a break from bee keeping, and time for bee planning. A long hot summer brought in lots of honey this season. Now beekeepers can enjoy the harvest, and get some needed rest.
Is beekeeping a safe activity in the Spokane and Inland Empire metropolis and surrounding urban residential areas? Here is what some folks in another urban area have to say.
If you have just found the IEBA and are looking for information on beekeeping in the northwest, join us at one of the meetings to get the latest local apiary news, straight from the beekeepers mouth.
Our aim is to promote the world of honeybees and apicultural activities. For anyone interested in learning more about beekeeping, we invite you to join us at our monthly meeting. The Association is located in Spokane, Washington and holds meetings on the second Friday of each month. The meetings are that the Spokane County WSU Ag Extension Office on Havana in Spokane, Washington. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM with social time. The general meeting starts at 7:00 PM followed by the education program at 7:30 PM. The IEBA is a member of the Washington State Beekeepers Association who keep their home at http://www.wasba.org.
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