WSU Honey Bee Field Day Agenda July 10, 11, 2015 WSU Campus – Ensminger Pavilion and Apiaries Registration and open for meet and greet Ensminger Pavilion 3 p.m… Poster set-up (all associations invited to produce a poster about their club activities/bee forage and locales—see note below) Honey exchange – all participants invited to bring 2 […]
THE ART OF QUEEN REARING WSU COURSE SYLLABUS Sunday July 12, 2015 122 Clark Hall (Animal Sciences Building), WSU Pullman 8:00 – 8:30 Coffee, Snacks and Introductions 8:30 – 9:30 Lecture – Principals of Queen & Drone Rearing 9:30 – 11:00 Field – Setting Up Cell Builders- Queen-Less & Queen-Right Systems 11:00 – 12:00 […]
The WSU Honey Bee Program offers a workshop that combines lecture and hands-on demonstration.
Providing a wide variety of research-based information to students, growers, structural pest control operators, landscape professionals, schools, and homeowners.
Each fall, the students of WSU professor Richard Zack’s “Insects and People” course, as well as the public, have a chance to put their gag reflex to the test during the annual insect-eating lunch.