Date: Tue, July 12, 2022 | Time: 7 pm | Location: Auditorium at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Online on Zoom
Topic: Preparing to Overwinter Your Hives in Michigan
The main presentation starts at 7 pm, but feel free to arrive in the auditorium or sign in online starting at 6:30 pm for a beginners Q&A session. See our Facebook page or join via the Zoom link above.
NOTE: Please post questions/comments in the Zoom chat. Facebook is not monitored during our educational meetings.
I became a Master Gardener (and later as an Advanced Master Gardener and Master Gardener of the Year), by volunteering at Michigan State University Tollgate Education Center (where I was the recipient of the Golden Shovel Award and, later, the Ginger Meyer Award) helping, for over 20 years, with, among other things, the High Density Orchard (being the Area Leader for over 20 years), Maple Syrup and Beekeeping Programs and the 4H club.
I have also been volunteering for several years with:
I am also a member of several other organizations including, but not limited to:
American Soybean Association, Arbor Day Foundation, Michigan Bar Association, Michigan Soybean Association, and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Please join us - our monthly meetings are always free and open to the public!