Big Island Beekeepers Association (BIBA) April Monthly Meeting
The Big Island Beekeepers Association’s (BIBA) mission is to assist fellow beekeepers; to educate beekeepers and the public in matters related to honey bees and beekeeping; to cooperate in marketing honey bee products; to provide community service related to bee issues; to promote beekeeping by creating a positive image of honey bees, beekeeping and bee products.
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This month we will be hosting Entomology PhD student Dylan Ryals of Purdue University. His talk will focus on an ongoing project to catalog the population genetics of honey bees across the United States. He will share preliminary results, discuss potential outcomes, and outline how Hawaiian beekeepers can participate in the study.
This month we will be conducting our HYBRID meeting format- Both online via Zoom and in person at the Kamana Senior Center in Hilo (127 Kamana Dr., Hilo HI 96720). Presentation will begin at 6PM Hawaii time to accommodate our guest speaker! (Doors at Kamana will open around 5:30PM, potluck from 5:30-6PM).
- Event Area: East Hawaiʻi, South Hawaiʻi, West Hawaiʻi, North Hawaiʻi