18 Mar University of Regina Intermediate Beekeeping
This course is intended for those who have previously kept honeybees. Lessons will primarily occur in the classroom, but weather permitting, a few lessons will take place at a local apiary. Topics include: honeybee biology, identifying diseases, integrated pest management, preventing swarms, re-queening, splitting, introduction to queen rearing, record keeping, and legal matters. Students should expect to be stung. Participants will be responsible for providing their own transportation to and from the field trip location. Offered in partnership with the Regina and District Bee Club.
Instructors: Andrew Hamilton and Yens Pedersen
Time: Mondays, 7-9pm. April 23 to June 18, 2018. No class May 21.
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Due to the College Avenue Revitalization Project, LLC courses will not be held at the College Avenue Campus so your course will be held at 2151 Scarth Street. Parking options are as follows: 2-hour metered parking on Scarth Street for $2 per hour and free after 6:00pm. FREE on-street parking is available around Central Park on the 2100 block of Cornwall Street for 2 hours. If you require an accessible parking meter please contact Student Services to find out where these are located. 306-585-5748.