Miticides affecting Honey Bee Queens – Dr. Liz Walsh

We were delighted to hear Dr. Liz Walsh share her insightful and fun presentation on the interesting ways that miticides impact adult honey bee queens. In her postdoc research for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Liz is looking into in-hive pesticides, such as active ingredients in miticides, and how they impact queen health, physiology, and behavior. … Continue reading Miticides affecting Honey Bee Queens – Dr. Liz Walsh

COVID-19 and Gilroy Beekeepers Association gatherings

With the ‘Shelter In Place’ order in effect starting on March 17th, we are postponing until further notice the following classes: • March 21st ‘Swarm and Splits’ class • March 28th ‘Beginning Beekeeping Field Work’ In addition, the Gilroy Recreation Department have cancelled all activities at the Senior Center, where we hold our club meetings, … Continue reading COVID-19 and Gilroy Beekeepers Association gatherings

Back to the Classroom at Barrett Elementary

As part of the Gilroy Beekeepers Association mission to provide education in our local community, we've been spending some time with local second graders! GBA members, Sara Cutrignelli and Arthur Kubogamell, had some fun learning tools on hand for students from Barrett Elementary to help them understand the importance of bees as pollinators. To immerse … Continue reading Back to the Classroom at Barrett Elementary