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Events 2016
SBA Field Day 2016The Saskatchewan Beekeepers' Association is hosting its 2016 Field Day at Hamilton Apiaries, just north of Regina, on June 18, 2016.   To support the SBA event and in lieu of hosting our own field day, the Regina & District Bee Club will be encouraging members to attend the SBA field day for a day of education and fellowship. 

Join beekeepers from across the province for a day of fun and learning with bees, capped off with a scrumptious pig roast. 

The day's schedule can be accessed here.  Directions to Hamilton Apiaries can be accessed here.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2016 14:53
 
Events 2016

beginnersThe Regina Bee Club, along with the Saskatchewan Beekeepers' Association, are pleased to offer the 5th Annual - 2 day Beginning beekeepers course near Regina.

Come and enjoy this two day course which enables participants to experience both theory and practical field experience. Instructors include the Saskatchewan Beekeepers’ Association, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture staff and experienced beekeepers from the Regina Bee & District Bee Club. Every one of all experience levels are welcome.  Click here for complete course description.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:34
 
Events 2015
sba_logoThe 2015 annual convention of the Saskatchewan Beekeepers Association was held December 3-5, 2015 at the Radisson Saskatoon.

Andrew Hamilton attended on behalf of the Regina & District Bee Club and provided this report.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 March 2016 15:04
 
Events 2016
agm_smThe Regina and District Bee Club will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday March 12, 2016 at the Deer Valley Golf Club. [Google Map here]
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 16:43
 
News
Modern beekeeping requires beekeepers to keep track of a lot of information to meet current regulations for bee biosecurity and food safety. One of the challenges they face is sorting through extensive documents that they are sometimes overwhelming and confusing. The Canadian Beekeepers’ Practical Handbook to Bee Biosecurity and Food Safety is a new tool to help beekeepers keep track of the information needed to meet current regulations.
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 16:39