Daryn opened the meeting by getting everyone to introduce themselves, aswell asl regular members there were also a few new members.
Daryn also handed out some NCWBA business cards, to give to anyone interested.
The books for the apprentice class have arrived and Kriss handed them out to people who bought last year and those attending this years class.
which will be held at the Henry Bldg. in Cashmere, on March 10, 17, and 24.
Bee chat will be held at the Paradise rest, on Wenatchee Ave, on March 8th at 6pm.
next Biz/Ed meeting is March 18
Bee order deadline is March 16,
WSU is holding their Queen rearing course again this year, June 15 & 16th, at Pullman campus.
price is $275 pp. grants are available through the club.
its asked you provide a community service if you are using a grant, this could be volunteering for Earth Day or the Fair.
Kriss informed us that we are now a non profit organization through the state. of Wa.
Chris and Stan did the educational side of the meeting, discussing when to open your hives, treating for nosema or not, and wether the bees have enough food to see them through the winter.
Stan showed us a "Swarm Bandit" he has built to try out this year, to stop swarming.
He'll let us know how that goes .