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General Meeting

  • 24 Oct 2019
  • 7:00 PM
  • Montgomery County 4-H Center

Honey Bee Management is changing. Technologies first envisioned in the 1960s are finally becoming available to both small-scale and professional beekeepers and are likely to further alter how honey bee colonies are managed. Emergent technologies cover a variety of scale hives, hive sensors, tracking systems for bees and beekeeping equipment, even systems for listening to bee colonies, with a rapidly growing assortment of apps for Smart Phones, and hive management software. Which, if any of these management systems best fits any specific beekeeper's needs, is the crucial question.
Dr. Jerry Bromenshenk will present via webcast, an overview of what is currently available to beekeepers with recommendations for choosing appropriate devices and software. He has a Ph.D. in insect ethology (behavior) from Montana State University, 46 years of experience with honey bees, continues to teach University of Montana’s Online Master Beekeeping program, and just this past spring launched the Smart Phone based Bee Health Guru App that you’ll surely want to understand before it become mainstream.

Additionally, association member Tommy Gamble will discuss how he constructs his own woodenware.


About MCBAPA
Serving Montgomery, Bucks and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania, the MCBAPA is an association of hobbyist and professional beekeepers. Our mission is to provide education, hands-on training, support and fellowship in all aspects of beekeeping. Both experienced beekeepers and novices participate in our monthly meetings, field trips and social events.This is a good spot to place your secondary navigation gadget, like Navigation links, or Secondary menu.

Our meetings are held at:
Montgomery County 4-H Center
1015 Bridge Road (Route 113)
Skippack, PA 19426

General membership meetings are usually held the 4th Thursday of the month at 7 pm, but please check our calendar.

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