Sharing information & ideas for interested beekeepers in Southern Tasmania.

Southern Tasmanian Beekeepers Association Inc.

The Southern Tasmanian Beekeepers Association Incorporated is a forum for back-yard and commercial beekeepers alike in Southern Tasmania. Membership conveys great benefits through sharing ideas and information. We also conduct a range of activities for the benefit of southern beekeepers.  You can also find us on Facebook here Southern Tasmanian Beekeepers

Next meeting

 

THE NEXT  MEETING WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY 25th OCTOBER AT THE CLAREMONT HALL, 41 MAIN ROAD, CLAREMONT AT 6.30PM

It will consist of Q&A, technical sessions on pollination, pesticides and migratory beekeeping followed by a business meeting.

ALL WELCOME

Members are reminded that business meetings will be held every second month during 2021 alternating with more practical sessions, Q&A, seasonal jobs to do and guest speakers at intervening meetings.

                            

 

                                                                           

 

 

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