Managing honeybees can be a very rewarding enterprise and a profitable sideline. Some keep bees for the honey they produce and others, for the pollination they provide. If you've been thinking about keeping bees but aren't sure how to get started, then this is the workshop for you!
Managing and maintaining healthy, high-producing honeybees continues to occupy the minds of the best beekeepers. Worldwide, honeybee numbers, adequate insect pollination for food crops, and honey production continue to decline. While research has provided many answers, success in beekeeping lies with healthy bees, good nectar flows, and knowledgeable honeybee managers.
These four-day short courses teach the basics of arboriculture (tree care), including tree biology, tree risk assessment, tree planting, and other topics.
This all day conference is designed to help forest landowners understand some of the management options that are available to them. The knowledge gained from this conference will prepare them to make sustainable management decisions for their forestland so a healthy and diverse forest will remain for many years to come.
From rock gardens to fairy gardens, this twelfth annual Smart Gardening Workshop features a variety of presenters & topics that will inspire you and motivate you to get out into your garden this spring.
The "Got A Garden" Spring Symposium sponsored by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Lawrence County.
This is a premiere horticultural event featuring experts from throughout the country who will give in-depth presentations on their field of expertise.