The Blandford & Sturminster BKA has now become the North Dorset BKA
The apiary is going to be looked after by the tutors until we can return to normal.
The BBKA have a statement on their website Covid-19_and_Beekeeping_Update_v3
2020 BBKA talks: you can view the talks via the BBKA website - you can click here
|2 Jan 11am||Oxalic Acid sublimation - demonstration in the Apiary|
|27 Mar||Apiary tidy, lunch and AGM|
|17 Apr||Beginners Introductory Day|
|Jul||) Apiary Visits (W.Dorset, Danny Hughes, Geoff Buckland)|
|Sep||Talk on Wax by Liz Duffen|
|Oct||DBKA Convention Day|
|Nov||AGM & Dinner|
BKAs (Bee Keeping Associations) are centres of knowledge, advice and assistance. They hold the beekeeping knowledge and teach it to future beekeepers. The BSBKA is passionate about bees, honey and the enjoyment you can find through keeping bees and harvesting the produce. Our aim is to encourage the craft of beekeeping and advise, help support and encourage beekeepers. We are fully affiliated with the Dorset County Beekeepers association and the British Beekeepers Association.
Resources < click here for : BeeBase (DEFRA), The British Beekeeping Association (BBKA), Dorset BKA, Bee Blogs, Asian Hornet Information, Beekeeping websites, Skep Making, Making Beesawx Polish.