Date: Tue, March 9 | Time: 7 pm | Location: Online on Zoom
Learn to identify reasons for a colony’s death based on the clues the bees left behind and how to prevent colony loss in future beekeeping seasons.
The main presentation starts at 7 pm, but feel free to drop in beginning at 6:30 pm for an open Q&A session.
Ana Heck has been an Apiculture Extension Educator at Michigan State University since July 2020. She was introduced to beekeeping while working in Nicaragua for two years with a non-profit organization that engaged local communities in rural development projects. She joined the University of Minnesota Bee Lab's Bee Squad in 2014, and she began with Michigan State University in 2019. Her work involves apiculture education initiatives and implementing policies to protect managed pollinators. Heck holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and a graduate minor in Entomology from the University of Minnesota.
Please join us - our monthly meetings are always free and open to the public!