Once a month, our members get together to explore topics that excite us about natural bee care. Often after our meetings, we have a special programs–crafting pollinator hotels, gardening for bees, processing wax and honey, touring a member’s bee yard–that are open to the public and free to our members.
We meet each month on the 1st Saturday, from 10am-1pm. We meet upstairs at the Camas Public Library at 625 NE 4th Ave, Camas, WA 98607. Our meetings are open to the public.
NOTE FOR NOVEMBER: Our monthly club meeting will be held this Saturday, November 4th, at 1pm at the Camas Public Library on 4th Street. We’ll be talking about winter bees: who they are, what they need.
And–a teaser–in January my entomologist friend, Chris Nagano who just moved up here to take a job with the Center for Biological Diversity, will be coming to speak with us! He went to school with Thomas Seeley. It is SO great to have an entomologist “on board!”