Beekeeping Classes at MCC McHenry County College
Crystal Lake, Illinois
815 455 8758
The number of small-scale beekeepers is increasing, and the demand for locally raised queen bees is growing. Purchased queens are often raised in areas of Africanized honeybees or come from migratory bee operations where dangerous viruses are exchanged. Gain information and learn seven simple methods of raising healthy honeybee queens. With a few insights and a small amount of equipment, the backyard beekeeper can raise locally adapted queens from bee stock with a great record of winter survival, good temperament, and excellent honey production. Larry Krengel
Fee: $25. In person #6952 on Wednesday 3/6/24 7-9:30 pm Shah Center or Remote #6953 on Wednesday 3/6/2024 7-9:30 pm.
Classes will be held at the extension Shah Center at 4100 W Shamrock Ln, McHenry, IL 60050
To register: www.mchenry.edu/personaldevelopment or call 815-455-8588
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