🥉Introduction to Beekeeping Day with Roger Patterson – BIBBA

The presentation is based on a successful one day event that has been running for 15 years. This covers everything potential beekeepers need to know in order to decide if beekeeping is for them
and to take the next step. It doesn’t teach enough for people to start, but it encourages attendees to contact their local BKA, where they can learn more.

The day will be split into sections with adequate breaks. See the content and further information by accessing the website indicated below. There is a modest cost of £15

Further details to come in the new year.

BIBBA Webinars

If you are looking for more webinars by BIBBA, you can find them here.

Date

13 Mar 2021

Time

9:30am - 5pm
All Day

Cost

£15.00
Category

Organiser

BIBBA
Website
https://bibba.com/

Speaker

  • Roger Patterson
    Roger Patterson
    Deputy Chair of BIBBA

    Roger was brought up on a farm in West Sussex and started beekeeping in 1963. He has travelled widely, speaking on and demonstrating practical beekeeping, where his down to earth approach gained by observation, lateral thinking and being taught by many colonies of honey bees for over 50 years is appreciated. He is privileged to have seen different bees being kept in different conditions, which, together with removing several hundred wild/feral colonies has formed his opinion of what bees are best suited to our fickle climate.

    Roger encourages beekeepers to use simple management techniques and keep good tempered, healthy and productive bees that suit their locality. He has not bought an imported queen for well over 50 years, preferring to rear his own from the best of those that have survived locally.

    He is a prolific writer and owns and manages Dave Cushman’s website www.dave-cushman.net, that is accepted as one of the world’s most comprehensive beekeeping websites.

    In his three webinars, Roger will attempt to cover some points the other speakers may have omitted. He will address some of the issues that face beekeeping and some the previous speakers may have raised. Apart from a few short spells, honey bees have been imported on a fairly large scale for over 100 years. Importation doesn’t seem to have solved anything, other than to weaken the stock that is already here for short term gain.

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