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Feb
17
Wed
Beginning Beekeeping Course @ Virtual event
Feb 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Offered by Howard County Beekeepers Association: If you are seriously considering keeping honey bees, or have decided to start in the spring, this 6-session beginning beekeeping course will give you the detailed information you need to get started. www.hocoba.com
Topics will include:
Benefits of keeping bees, Howard County and Maryland State regulations, Honey bee biology, Equipment needed and set-up, Obtaining and installing honey bees, Inspecting colonies, Pests and diseases, Products of the hive, And much more!
Presented by Howard County Beekeepers Association, Inc., A not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization
For additional information and registration, go to:
www.hocoba.com or email: hocobeekeepersassoc@gmail.com.
Feb
23
Tue
Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring @ Virtual presentation
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This session provides guidance on sustainable gardening best practices for the Spring season.  The session is appropriate for beginning and casual home gardeners who can benefit from tips on what gardening tasks to do in the Spring, how best to do each task, and when during the season to do them. A full range of gardening types -–vegetable, perennial, and native plant gardens—is discussed, along with design and on-going care recommendations.

Pre-registration is required. Please email: events@villageofkc.org to receive the Zoom link.

Registration deadline: February 22

Presenter: Paul Beares

Feb
24
Wed
Beginning Beekeeping Course @ Virtual event
Feb 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Offered by Howard County Beekeepers Association: If you are seriously considering keeping honey bees, or have decided to start in the spring, this 6-session beginning beekeeping course will give you the detailed information you need to get started. www.hocoba.com
Topics will include:
Benefits of keeping bees, Howard County and Maryland State regulations, Honey bee biology, Equipment needed and set-up, Obtaining and installing honey bees, Inspecting colonies, Pests and diseases, Products of the hive, And much more!
Presented by Howard County Beekeepers Association, Inc., A not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization
For additional information and registration, go to:
www.hocoba.com or email: hocobeekeepersassoc@gmail.com.
Mar
3
Wed
Beginning Beekeeping Course @ Virtual event
Mar 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Offered by Howard County Beekeepers Association: If you are seriously considering keeping honey bees, or have decided to start in the spring, this 6-session beginning beekeeping course will give you the detailed information you need to get started. www.hocoba.com
Topics will include:
Benefits of keeping bees, Howard County and Maryland State regulations, Honey bee biology, Equipment needed and set-up, Obtaining and installing honey bees, Inspecting colonies, Pests and diseases, Products of the hive, And much more!
Presented by Howard County Beekeepers Association, Inc., A not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization
For additional information and registration, go to:
www.hocoba.com or email: hocobeekeepersassoc@gmail.com.
Mar
10
Wed
Beginning Beekeeping Course @ Virtual event
Mar 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Offered by Howard County Beekeepers Association: If you are seriously considering keeping honey bees, or have decided to start in the spring, this 6-session beginning beekeeping course will give you the detailed information you need to get started. www.hocoba.com
Topics will include:
Benefits of keeping bees, Howard County and Maryland State regulations, Honey bee biology, Equipment needed and set-up, Obtaining and installing honey bees, Inspecting colonies, Pests and diseases, Products of the hive, And much more!
Presented by Howard County Beekeepers Association, Inc., A not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization
For additional information and registration, go to:
www.hocoba.com or email: hocobeekeepersassoc@gmail.com.