Inland Empire<br>Beekeepers Association

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Next IEBA Monthly Meeting 

June 9, 2017

Social time at 6 p.m.   

Meeting starts at 7 p.m. 

 

            MONTHLY WHAT TO DO:

 

     Honey Flow, Requeening, Using  

     Excluders Fine Tuning Supering, 

     Queen NUCs

   

 

          Meet your new officers for 2017!

  IEBA Officers.pdf 

                          
      IEBA
The Inland Empire Beekeeping Association (IEBA) is a non-profit group for the purpose of educating and offering a forum to both hobbyists and professional beekeepers in the area surrounding Spokane, Washington and Northern Idaho.

The IEBA, one of the first in Washington State, started circa 1936. The association has served beekeepers in the Northwest for over 75 years.

The IEBA meets the 2nd Friday of every month at the WSU Extension building by the County Fairgrounds, at 222 N. Havana.  There is an informal meet, greet, and talk bees from 6:00-7:00.  Meetings start at 7:00pm, and are followed by a monthly educational program.  This education time delves into current trends, seasonal beekeeping methods, and other issues that are beneficial for beekeepers in the area.

The association is affiliated with the Washington State Beekeepers Association, WASBA.

Membership dues are $5.00 for an individual.

Download the current 2017 membership:

 

IEBA Membership form 2017.pdf


 

               Joining the IEBA

 

Have we piqued your interest yet?  Joining the IEBA is as easy as showing up at the next meeting (the 2nd Friday of every month except September).  We welcome all beekeepers and look forward to your company and participation.  Don't be shy.  The most helpful Beekeeping education comes directly from your local beekeepers.  If you want to learn more about your bees and to learn what others are doing in the area, this is your opportunity. Join Us



   Most Recent Updates:

  5/11/17 

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Added meeting updates and program info.

 

Upcoming Events

 

 Next IEBA meeting is June 9, 2017.

 

 

Program Notes:

Sarah on Scale hive and spring mite issues her

observations.

Bob Arnold on Swarming and final honey flow

prep.

Jerry on IEBA field day and Hive testing.


 

IEBA Facebook:

If your not following the association on Facebook

you need too. We give out info there first on

about everything. Give us a try.

Must read if you have lost a hive and want to understand what happened.

Why did my honey bees die.pdf


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