Mite treatments and preparations for winter. NOTE location change to the Camano Island Library
Offered by the Stanwood Camano Beekeepers Association
Local bees are best!
Washington Department of Agriculture (Money goes to Bee Research at WSU)
State and federal rules and regulations
What to plant and what is blooming when (and some pollen colors)
A month-by-month list of what a beekeeper should be doing.
Magazines and Books to keep up to date on Beekeeping.
1:1 by weight in the Spring
2:1 by weight in the Fall
Add this to your feed - cheaper than buying it ready made.
Winter Supplement feeding keeps the bees alive.
(Photos of the Board Members)
<<-- President Steve Winchell
First Vice President Art Peterson
Second Vice President David Greenleaf
Treasurer Luke Jackson
Secretary Von McLaughlin
Stanwood Camano Beekeepers Association is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation
Serving North Snohomish County, South Skagit County and Camano Island
Website last updated 6/9/2023.