46th Apimondia International Apicultural Congress
Sep
8
to Sep 12

46th Apimondia International Apicultural Congress

Highlights among the many symposia at the Montréal Congress will include:  Advances in Honey Bee Genomics, the Impact of Pesticides on Bees, Breeding for Mite and Disease Resistance, the Detection and Prevention of Honey Fraud, Technical Innovations in Beekeeping, Honey Bee Nutrition, the Status and Conservation of Pollinators, Treatment-Free Beekeeping as well as Citizen Science and Bees.  The Montréal Congress will also host two symposia sponsored by the OIE, the World Organization for Animal Health, on topics related to bee diseases, pests and the world-wide movement of bee stock. 

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Pollinator Workshop geared towards commercial applicators
Mar
21
7:30 AM07:30

Pollinator Workshop geared towards commercial applicators

A pollinator workshop geared toward Category 3A, 3B, 6A, and 6B applicators will be held in March, 2019. Four recertification credits.

Seating is limited, please preregister by March 13th. The preregistration fee is $25. Registration at the door is $35 (cash or check only). Light refreshments will be served

Speakers: Jennifer Lund (State Apiarist, DACF), Eric Venturini (Pollinator Conservationist and Biologist, the Xerces Society and NRCS), Frank Drummond (Entomologist, UMaine), John Pietroski (Manager of Pesticides Programs, BPC), and Kalyn Bickerman-Martens (Coordinator, Maine Bumble Bee Atlas).

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Pollinator Workshop geared towards commercial applicators
Mar
20
12:30 PM12:30

Pollinator Workshop geared towards commercial applicators

A pollinator workshop geared toward Category 3A, 3B, 6A, and 6B applicators will be held in March, 2019. Four recertification credits.

Seating is limited, please preregister by March 13th. The preregistration fee is $25. Registration at the door is $35 (cash or check only). Light refreshments will be served

Speakers: Jennifer Lund (State Apiarist, DACF), Eric Venturini (Pollinator Conservationist and Biologist, the Xerces Society and NRCS), Frank Drummond (Entomologist, UMaine), John Pietroski (Manager of Pesticides Programs, BPC), and Kalyn Bickerman-Martens (Coordinator, Maine Bumble Bee Atlas).

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