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September General Meeting

By Rich | September 11, 2014

Please join us Thursday September 25th 2014 at 6:30PM for our next regular monthly meeting.
This month our program will be Kris Fricke telling us about his beekeeping adventures in Guinea and also natural pest reduction techniques used in Israel.
The meeting will be at the usual location: La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638 Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome. If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532 Refreshments are supplied by the club.
For those interested in contacting other club members via email to discussing beekeeping issues, please join our Yahoo Group at  https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/bkasc/info

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August Meeting

By Rich | August 1, 2014

Please join us Thursday August 28th 2014 at 6:30PM for our next regular monthly meeting.
This month’s meeting will be at the usual location: La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638 Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome. If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532 Refreshments are supplied by the club.
For those interested in contacting other club members via email to discussing beekeeping issues, please join our Yahoo Group at  https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/bkasc/info

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July Meeting

By Rich | July 6, 2014

Please join us Thursday July 24th 2014 at 6:30PM for our next regular monthly meeting.
This month’s meeting will be at the usual location: La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638 Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome. If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532 Refreshments are supplied by the club.
For those interested in contacting other club members via email to discussing beekeeping issues, please join our Yahoo Group at  https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/bkasc/info

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June Meeting

By Rich | May 30, 2014

We are having one last beekeeping seminar for this year on Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 10
am. It will be held at Hathaway Ranch Museum at 11901 E. Florence Ave, Santa Fe 
Springs. Bee suits required. Bring your own lunch, and drinking water.

 

Please join us Thursday June 26th 2014 at 6:30PM for our next regular monthly meeting.
This month’s meeting will be at the usual location: La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638 Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome. If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532 Refreshments are supplied by the club.
For those interested in contacting other club members via email to discussing beekeeping issues, please join our Yahoo Group at https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/bkasc/info

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May Meeting Agenda

By Rich | May 12, 2014

This month we will have Julia Capizzi return to introduce two different beekeepers who will regale us with their beekeeping experiences through the Peace Corps to teach beekeeping abroad.

Also this month we will be continuing our annual BEEKEEPING CLASS/SEMINAR.  A hands-on experience for beginning beekeepers or for anyone interested, and a day of sharing for the old timers at the HATHAWAY RANCH AND OIL MUSEUM  11901 E. Florence Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA(West of Norwalk Blvd)

Sat May 17

10:00AM to 12:00+

This month’s meeting will be at 6:30PM at the usual location:   La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638  Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome.   If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532  Refreshments are supplied by the club.

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April Meeting

By Rich | March 29, 2014

This month we will be starting our annual BEEKEEPING CLASS/SEMINAR.  A hands-on experience for beginning beekeepers or for anyone interested, and a day of sharing for the old timers at the HATHAWAY RANCH AND OIL MUSEUM  11901 E. Florence Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA(West of Norwalk Blvd)

Sat April 5

Sat April 26

Sat May 17

10:00AM to 12:00+

Participants should bring protective clothing, including a bee veil.  The event is free, but a $20.00 donation to the museum is suggested.  After lunch(bring your own), a tour of the museum will be available for those intested.

 

Please join us Thursday April 24th 2014 at 6:30PM for our next regular monthly meeting.

This month’s meeting will be at the usual location:   La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638  Meetings are always open, and everybody is always welcome.   If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532  Refreshments are supplied by the club.

For those interested in contacting other club members via email to discussing beekeeping issues, please join our Yahoo Group at  http://YahooGroups.com/Group/BkASC/

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March Program

By Rich | March 19, 2014

Please join us Thursday March 27th at 6:30PM when we will have guest speaker Kris Fricke who will talk about his beekeeping travels around the world including Africa and Australia.

When Kris Fricke was 11 his family got their first beehive and joined the Orange County Beekeepers Association. In those heady days before anyone had heard of “Varroa destructor” this quickly became four hives and more buckets of honey than the Fricke family knew what to do with.

Kris went to UC Davis where he gained an International Relations degree and, more usefully, training in queen rearing and artificial insemination. With many breaks and distractions he’s been mainly working for Bee Busters for the past nine years, where he is head beekeeper for the 200 hives they run and also engages in commercial bee control.

In 2012 he began teaching beekeeping in Africa as part of a USAID program administered by Winrock International. In Nigeria they have bestowed the Chieftaincy title of “Soyindaro” on him, which means “maker of honey into wealth.” He’s worked in three locations in Nigeria thus far, three locations in Ethiopia, and one project that traipsed up and down the Nile in Egypt.

2013 found him managing 500 hives in the near-tropical cane fields of Bundaberg, Australia. While this was very lucrative, he left to spend another month teaching in Africa.

Now, 20 years after that first hive, he works with bees all week, and then spends his weekend keeping bees, and then spends his vacation days teaching about bees.

The meeting will be at our usual location of:
La Mirada Community Resource Center
13710 La Mirada Blvd.,
La Mirada, CA 90638

For driving directions please call Rich at (949)458-6532

 

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February Programs

By Rich | February 13, 2014

This month we are fortunate to have Peter Borst fly here to California and speak at our General Meeting as well as a special program the following evening.

Dr. Peter Loring Borst has worked in the beekeeping industry since his first job working as beekeeper’s helper in Wolcott NY, in 1974. In the late 1970s he helped run a beekeeping supply store in the San Diego area, where he served beekeepers of all levels of expertise. In addition to selling equipment and supplies, he was able to get an especially broad viewpoint of their problems and concerns.

Among other things, Peter was Senior Apiarist at Cornell’s Dyce Lab for Honey Bee Research for seven years. He was an apiary inspector for New York State from 2006 to 2008. He is currently employed at Cornell. He currently is vice president of the Finger Lakes Bee Club.

Peter is a regular contributor to the American Bee Journal, writing on topics as diverse as beekeeping technique, the composition and value of pollen for bees, and the history of bee breeding. He enjoys presenting selections from his many photographs of bees, flowers, and apiaries to local clubs.

Peter’s first program will be about hive splitting at our regular meeting night:

Thursday Feb. 27th

6:30PM PST

La Mirada Community Resource Center
13710 La Mirada Blvd.,
La Mirada, CA 90638

And then the following evening, we will have him speak at a dinner meeting where he will talk about hive regulation and swarming on:
Friday Feb. 28th
6:30PM
HIVE REGULATION/SWARMING
Citrus Valley Association of REALTORS®
504 E. Route 66
Glendora, CA 91740
Admission of $10 that will include dinner of pizza and drinks.

For questions or directions, please call Rich at (949)458-6532

 

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Know your enemy!

By Rich | January 15, 2014

 

Welcome to our first meeting of 2014 on Thursday, January 23rd at our usual time, 6:30. Wow! Twenty fourteen!
We encourage everyone to attend and bring a friend because we are going to examine what we have learned over the past few years about varroa mites. Varroa is the cause of most of our bee problems but good management can improve our success dramatically. We will also have a workshop (hands on!) on how to test for varroa and what to do about it.  We will also have a microscope on hand so you can see the next step and further use some of the bees we have used for the varroa test to check for nosema spores.
Our goal is that when you leave the meeting everyone will have a varroa testing kit and the skill to test their bees.
Please  join us!
Robin Theron
BASC 2014 President.

This month’s meeting will be at the usual location: La Mirada Civic Center is 13710 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA 90638.  If anybody needs directions driving please call Rich at (949)458-6532. Refreshments are supplied by the club.

 

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Christmas Banquet Speaker

By Rich | December 4, 2013

This year we are honored to have Dr. Christina Wahl talk to us about the “Inside the Honeybee’s Body: a Brief Tour of the Inner Workings for Curious Beekeepers”

Christina Wahl is an Associate Professor of Biology at Wells College in Aurora, NY.  She also holds a courtesy appointment as an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.  Professor Wahl earned her doctorate in Physiology at Cornell University in 1990.  She is a fourth generation beekeeper, a tradition that started when her great-grandfather became a sideliner around 1887.  Since then, the Wahl family has included all kinds of beekeepers…commercial, hobbyist, and wishful thinkers. Professionally, Professor Wahl studies vertebrate craniofacial development and the visual ecology of larval and juvenile fishes. She teaches courses in anatomy and physiology, developmental biology, and vertebrate zoology. Her husband Ellis Loew is a professor at the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.  They have two daughters and they enjoy homebuilding and traveling together (but Ellis lets Christina do all the beekeeping).

You can read more at http://nybeewellness.org/

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