The CSBA, along with NCBA and Mile Hive Beekeeping Club, is pleased to present Kim Flottum, editor of Bee Culture magazine, on April 29-30, 2015. He will be presenting “10 Rules for Modern Beekeeping”.
On Wednesday, April 29, he will be at the Pulliam Community Building located at 545 Cleveland Avenue in downtown Loveland.
On Thursday, April 30, he will be presenting at the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church conveniently located right off of I-25 and 104th. The address is 650 Kennedy Drive.
Kim Flottum, editor of Bee Culture magazine’s, complete biography can be found here thanks to Mother Earth News.
Kim is a published author of 9 books on beekeeping:
Backyard Beekeeper–revised and updated (Original and V2 and V3 available)
The ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture (currently under construction on the newest version)
The Honey Connoisseur–selecting, tasting and pairing honey
Better Bee Keeping–The Ultimate Guide to Keeping Stronger Colonies and Healthier, More Productive Bees
The Backyard Beekeepers Honey Handbook
The Complete and Easy Guide to Beekeeping
Come join the CSBA as we welcome Kim Flottum for his first visit to Colorado in quite some time.
The Colorado State Beekeepers Association (CSBA) Summer Bee College will take place in Rifle/Silt on June 13, 2015.
We have outgrown Paul’s facility and will move to the Farm Fresh Cafe in Rifle for the morning sessions. Lunch will be served on site and will include vegetarian, gluten-free and standard offerings.
Featured speaker will be Maryann Frazier of Peen State University. She will be joined by Dr. Jamie Strange from the Ogden Bee Lab as well as by Tony Landretti of Rice’s Honey Co. and Dr. Bill Collins of Fort Lewis University.
The hands-on beekeeping sessions will be held in Silt at Western CO Honey Co.
As always, the Beekeepers Ball will conclude the day. See the CSBA website for further details including pre-registration forms, maps and speaker bios.