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2018 Main Conference | Short Course

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Monday - Short Course

   Beginner   Intermediate
Protecting Bees & Honey
  Master Beekeepers     Advanced
Bees as Business
  Apiary
Location
6:00-8:00
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:25
9:25-9:35
9:35-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:00
12:00-1:30
1:30-2:25 2:25-2:35 2:35-3:30 3:30-4:00 4:00-5:00 7:00-9:00   1
Registration   Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-5:00

 

   
Various Yoga 6:30-7:30 (Location Near Grand Staircase)                            
Room 106,107     Getting Started with Bees | Erin Forbes 10 Minute Stretch Bee Biology Basics | Bill Hesbach Break What do you see? Reading Frames |
Landi Simone
Lunch Feeding Bees | Ann Harmon 10 Minute Stretch Keeping Bees in Populated Areas
Be a Good Neighbor | Landi Simone
Break Mites, Monitoring and Miticides | Lewis Cauble    
Room
102,103
            The Business of Bees | Kim Flottom Setting Up As A Successful
Serious Sideliner
| Frank Licatta
A Colony Health & Management Systems |
Dick Rogers
Title Here | Fred Proni Marketing Honey | Phil Craft TBD..    
Room
108,109
    Integrated Pest Management (IPM) | Dr Dewey Caron Beekeeper Interventions to Protect
Bees From Pesticides | Dr. James Wilson
State Pollinator Plans: What Beekeepers
Need to Know | Michelle Colopy
TBD | Name Here TBD | Name Here Pest and Diseases | Keith Tignor    
Room 201,202                    
Room 102,103                    
Confernce Room D           Master Beekeepers Meet & Greet Master Bekeepers Review Sessions MBK Study & Review Group  
Apiary     Apiary Setup SHB Program: Lowering Stress Working
the Colony | Billy Davis

Finding Queens | Special Guests
How is She Doing? Colony
Assessment | Bob Wellemeyer
Sugar Shake Testing for Vorroa | Lewis Cauble   Smoker Lighting - Tips & Tricks | Jim Fraser    

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EAS 2018 Short Course, Monday August 13th

Session Summaries


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Beginner Course | Jennifer Tsuruda - Coordinator

 

Getting Started with Bees | Erin Forbes 8:30-9:25am

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Bee Biology Basics | Bill Hesbach 9:35-10:30

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What Do You See? Reading Frames | Landi Simone 11:00-12:00

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Feeding Bees - Ann Harmon 1:30-2:25

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Keeping Bees in Populated Areas: Be a Good Neighbor - Landi Simone 2:35-3:30

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Mites, Monitoring, and Miticides | Lewis Cauble 4:00-5:00

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Intermediate Course | Dr. James Wilson - Organizer

 

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) | Dr. Dewey Caron 8:30-9:25am

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Beekeeper Interventions to Protect Bees From Pesticides | Dr. James Wilson 9:35-10:30

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State Pollinator Protection Plans: What Beekeepers Need to Know | Michelle Colopy 11:00-12:00

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Field Watch Systems - TBD 1:30-2:25

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Food Safety VDACS - TBD 2:35-3:30

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Pests and Diseases | Keith Tignor 4:00-5:00

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Advanced Bees as Business | Fred Proni - Organizer

 

The Business of Bees | Kim Flottom 8:30-9:25am

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TBD | TBD 9:35-10:30

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TBD | TBD 11:00-12:00

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Tuesday - Short Course

MORNING SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018 Short Course - Tuesday, August 14th 

   Beginner   Intermediate
Colony Structure & Hive Styles
  |Master Beekeepers     Excellence in Honey
& Hive Products
  Apiary
 
Location
6:00-8:00
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:25
9:25-9:35
9:35-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:00
12:00-1:30
1:30-2:25 2:25-2:35 2:35-3:30 3:30-4:00 4:00-5:00 7:00-9:00   1
Registration   Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-5:00

 

   
Various Yoga 6:30-7:30 (Location near Grand Staircase)          
Room 106,107     Seasonal Management of the Colony | Bill Hesbach 10 Minute Stretch Understanding Swarming | Cindy Bee Break Managing for Honey Production |
Jim Fraser
Lunch Tips, Common Mistakes & Other Wisdom |
Cindy Bee
10 Minute Stretch Nucs and Splits | Erin Forbes Break Hands On Mentoring | Buddy May    
Room
102,103
           

Pursing Excellence in the Craft: Why do it?
| Mike Palmer & George Wilson

History of Honey Shows | Micheal Young

Preparing Extracted Honey | Mike Feigl

Comb Honey Production | Mike Palmer Candle & Wax Tips and Tricks | Bob WellemeyerFred Proni Judging Mead |
G.H WIlson & Michael Young

Open Forum | Michael Young,
Mike Palmer & Karla Eisen

   
Room
108,109
    Nest Structure | Keith Tignor Top Bar Hives | Dr. Wyatt Mangum TBD | Name Here Observation Hives | Dr. Frank Linton Warre Hives | Tucka Saville Improved Succsess with Overwintering
With Reduced Nest Cavity
| Doug Vinson
   
Room 201,202               Honey Show Entries    
Ballroom EFG     Vendor Setup Vendors Open    
Room
208-211
    MB Written Exam (Room 208) MB Oral Exams (Rooms 208-210)    
Apiary     Who's Zooming Where? Morning Observations in the Apiary | Erin Forbes   Testing for Varroa | Lewis Cauble   Managing Small Hive Beetle |
Jen Keller
  CLOSED ATTENDANCE: Only Queen Rearing Tract   Top Bar Hives |
Dr. Wyatt Mangum
 

TBD | Name Here

   
 
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EAS 2018 Short Course, Tuesday August 14th

Session Summaries


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Yoga 6:30-7:30am

Come join us on the promenade for a relaxing start to the day. A tradition that continues to thrill.. we hope to see you there.

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Opening and Intro 8:15-9:00am

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Beginner Course | Jennifer Tsuruda - Coordinator

 

Vendor Information: Setup 8:30-10:30.. Vendors Open for Business at 10:30 Break

Master Beekeeper Information: MB Written Test 8:30 | Oral Test 11:00

Written Testing will be done in Room 208 | Oral Testing will be done in Rooms 208, 209 and 210

 

Seasonal Management of the Colony | Bill Hesbach 8:30-9:25am

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Understanding Swarming | Cindy Bee 9:35-10:30

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Managing for Honey Production | Jim Fraser 11:00-12:00

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Tips, Common Mistakes & Other Wisdom - Cindy Bee 1:30-2:25

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Nucs and Splits - Erin Forbes 2:35-3:30

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Hands On Mentoring | Buddy May 4:00-5:00

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Intermediate Course | Dr. James Wilson - Organizer

 

Nest Structure | Keith Tignor 8:30-9:25am

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Top Bar Hives | Dr. Wyatt Mangum 9:35-10:30

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Observation Hives - Dr. Frank Linton 1:30-2:25

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Warre Hives   - Tucka Saville, Sam Comfort 2:35-3:30

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Improved Success Overwintering With Reduced Nest Cavity | Doug Vinson 4:00-5:00

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Excellence In Honey & Hive Products | George Wilson, Karla Eisen - Organizers

 

Pursuing Excellence in the Craft: Why We Do It | George Wilson, Karla Eisen 8:30-9:25am

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History of Honey Shows | Micheal Young 8:30-9:25am

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Preparing Extracted Honey | Mark Feigl 9:35-10:30

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Comb Honey Production | Mike Palmer 11:00-12:00

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Candles & Wax Tips and Tricks - Bob Wellemeyer 1:30-2:25

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Judging Mead - G.H. Wilson, Michael Young 2:35-3:30

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Open Forum | Michael Young, Mike Palmer & Karla Eisen 4:00-5:00

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Wednesday Conference (Morning)

 

MORNING SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018 Conference - Wednesday, August 15th 

   Speaker    Vendor   Master Bee Keepers    Honey Show   
 
Location
6:00-6:30
6:30-7:00
7:00-7:30
7:30-8:00
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
Lunch Break
Registration         Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-4:00
Various Yoga 6:30-7:30 (Location Near Grand Staircase)                
Ballroom (A,B,C)          Opening & Intro 8:15-9:00  Adopting to Varroa & Extended-Release
Oxalic Acid Research Update
| Randy Oliver

The Sex Life of Plants | Celia Davis NDB 10:00-11:00

Beekeeping Before the Bee Space:
An Early History of Amercan Apiculture Showing Period Hives
| Dr. Wyatt Magnum 
Ballroom (E,F,G)                 EAS Vendor Area Open for Displaying Products, Services & Demonstrations  8:15-4:00    
Conf. D          Master Bee Keepers Exam - 8:15
Room 201,202           Honey Show Entries  - 8:15 Entry Drop Off Permitted Until 11:00 Honey Judging (Closed) 11:00-12:00
Room 102,103 Childrens Program??                    
 
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EAS 2018 Conference - Wednesday, August 16th

Session Summaries - Morning Session


Session information is always tentative. Please see your daily printout for any changes in speaker, topics or times for the most up to date information. Listings are in order of time, speaker links will take you to the bio for that presenter.

 

Yoga 6:30-7:30am

Come join us on the promenade for a relaxing start to the day. A tradition that continues to thrill.. we hope to see you there.

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Opening and Intro 8:15-9:00am

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Honey Show Entries 8:15-11:00am | Judging 11:00 to Completion

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EAS Vendors Open 8:15-4:00

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Master Beekeepers Exam 8:15-12:00

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Adopting to Varroa & Extended-
Release Oxalic Acid Research Update | Randy Oliver 9:00-10:00

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The Secret Sex Live of Plants | Celia Davis NDB (10:00-11:00)

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Morning Break (11:00-11:30)

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Beekeeping Before the Bee Space | Dr. Wyatt Magnum (11:30-12:25)

An early history of American Apiculture showing period hives and equipment

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LUNCH


 

Wednesday Conference (Afternoon)

 

AFTERNOON SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018 Day Two - Thursday, August 16th 

   Speaker    Vendor
 
Location
1:30-2:00
2:30-2:45
2:45-3:45
4:00-8:00
7:30-9:00
 
Lobby Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-4:00

BBQ Beach Bash
Paradise Ocen Club

490 Fenwick Rd.
Fort Monroe, VA
(facilities open all day for ticket holders)

Queen of the Sun

Movie Screening
free, open to public

Ballroom BC

Ballroom (E,F,G) EAS Vendor Area Open for Displaying Products, Services & Demonstrations           
Conf. A,B Pesticide and Neonic Facts | Randy Oliver 15 Min.
Break
Mr. Bee| Celia Davis
Conf. D Selecting For Behavioral Resistance to
Varroa D.
| Krispn Given

Hygienic and Grooming Behavior
in Russian Honey Bees
| Lilia DeGuzman

Room 104,105 Telling Your Story | Cindy Bee NC Grown: Uncapping the Nation's
Largest Beekeeping Organization
| Freddy Proni
Room 106,107 Small Scale Queen Production | Chris Hewitt - Lynn White Locally Bred Queens Survive Better
Than Imports
| Andrew Gibb
Room 108,109 Smiply Smart Beekeeping | Kirstin Traynor Nutrition Basics | Jennifer Tsuruda
Room 203,204 Bee Biology | Jamie Ellis Bee Biology Cont. | Jamie Ellis
 
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EAS 2018 Conference, Wednesday August 15th

Session Summaries - Afternoon Session


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1:30-2:30

Pesticide and Neonic Facts - Randy Oliver 1:30-2:30

Tips from a lifetime of experience of working bees barehanded (and generally without any protective gear). How to understand what initiates the honey bee defense response, and how to avoid it. What upsets bees, and what doesn’t. How the bees perceive you. How to perform a hive inspection with minimal stinging

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Selecting For Behavioral Resistance to Varroa D. - Krispn Given 1:30-2:30

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Telling Your Story - Cindy Bee 1:30-2:30

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Small Scale Queen Production - Kirstin Traynor 1:30-2:30

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Bee Biology - Jamie Ellis 1:30-2:30

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2:45-3:45

Mr. Bee - Celia Davis 2:45-3:45

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Hygienic and Grooming Behavior in Russian Honey Bees - Lilia DeGuzman 2:45-3:45

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NC Grown: Uncapping the Nation's Largest Beekeeping Organization - Freddy Proni 2:45-3:45

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Locally Bred Queens Survive Better Than Imports - Andrew Gibb 2:45-3:45

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Nutrition Basics - Jennifer Tsuruda  2:45-3:45

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Bee Biology Cont. - Jamie Ellis 2:45-3:45

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Thursday Conference (Morning)

 

MORNING SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018Conference - Thursday, August 16th 

   Speaker    Vendor   Master Bee Keepers    Honey Show   
 
Location
6:30-7:30
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:30
9:30-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:00 Lunch - Location
EAS Life Member Lunch
Registration     Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-4:00      
Various Yoga 6:30-7:30 (Location Near Grand Staircase)          
Ballroom (A,B,C)    Opening & Intro (8:15-8:30) Why Are Our Bees Dying &
What Can We Do About It
 | Dr. James Ellis
Behavioral Ecology of Swarming | Dr. Juliana Rangel BREAK Un-Popular Science | Jon Zawislak 
Ballroom (E,F,G)               EAS Vendor Area Open for Displaying Products, Services & Demonstrations      
Room 201,202       Honey Show      
Room 102,103     Childrens Program??
 
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EAS 2018 Conference, Thursday August 16th

Session Summaries - Morning Session


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Yoga 6:30-7:30am

Come join us on the promenade for a relaxing start to the day. A tradition that continues to thrill.. we hope to see you there.

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Opening and Intro 8:15-8:30

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Why Are Our Bees Dying & What Can We Do About It | Dr. Jamie Ellis 8:30-9:30

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Behavioral Ecology of Swarming | Dr. Juliana Rangel 9:30-10:30

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BREAK (10:30-11:00)

 

Un-popular Science | Jon Zawislak (R. Morse Award Winner) (11:00-12:00)

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LUNCH | EAS Membership Lunch 12:00-1:30

Membership lunch is in the Embassy Suites Ballroom


 

 

Thursday Conference (Afternoon)

 

AFTERNOON SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018 Day Two - Thursday, August 16th 

   Speaker    Vendor
 
Location
1:30-2:00
2:30-2:45
2:45-3:45
3:45-4:15
4:15-5:15
5:15-6:00
6:00-6:30
6:30-8:00
8:00-10:00
 
Lobby Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-4:00 Dinner Socal with Cash Bar
(Open Area - Convention Center
Dinner & Honey Show Awards
Ballroom B,C (Advanced Tickets Required

Silent Auction
Live Auction

(Open to all)

Ballroom (E,F,G) EAS Vendor Area Open for Displaying Products, Services & Demonstrations             
Conf. A,B Tips for Handling Bees | Randy Oliver 15 Min.
Break
Community Sourcing of Bees
Here's How We Did It
| Bonnie Morse
30 Min.
Break
Seasonal Management of the Apiary | Mike Palmer
Conf. D Taxonomy of Apidae | Juliana Rangel Strengthening Your Bee Club | Michele Colopy Age Polytheism | Juliana Rangel
Room 104,105 Tropilaelaps Mites: A Fate Worse
Than Varroah D.
| Sam Ramsey
Growing Degree Days | Keith Tignor Teaching Bees to Children | Toni Burnham
Room 106,107 Honey Bees as Superorganisms | Jamie Ellis Community Engagement for
Sustainable Beekeeping
| Pam Fisher
Sideline Pollination | Bob Wellemeyer
Room 108,109 Insect Photography | Jennifer Tsuruda Ten Years of White House Bees | Charlie Brandts Hot Bees? Thermal Cameras Reveal Bee
Behaviour in New Ways
| Wyatt Mangum
Room 204,204 Diversity in Apiary | Deb Delaney Judging a Honey Show | Michael Young MBE Where Beekeeping Began - And Continues! | Dewey Caron
Apiary Finding Queens | Special Guests Hygienic Behavior Testing Part 1 | Don Hopkins
Sugar Shake Testing for Varroa | Lewis Cauble
Managing Small Hive Beetle | Jen Keller
Sugar Shake Testing for Varroa | Lewis Cauble
 
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EAS 2018 Conference, Thursday August 16th

Session Summaries - Afternoon Session


Session information is always tentative. Please see your daily printout for any changes in speaker, topics or times for the most up to date information. Listings are in order of time, speaker links will take you to the bio for that presenter.

1:30-2:30

Tips for Handling Bees - Randy Oliver 1:30-2:30

Tips from a lifetime of experience of working bees barehanded (and generally without any protective gear). How to understand what initiates the honey bee defense response, and how to avoid it. What upsets bees, and what doesn’t. How the bees perceive you. How to perform a hive inspection with minimal stinging

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Taxonomy of Apidae - Juliana Rangel 1:30-2:30

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Tropilaelaps Mites: A Fate Worse
Than Varroah D - Sam Ramsey 1:30-2:30

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Honey Bees as Superorganisms - Jamie Ellis 1:30-2:30

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Insect Photography - Jennifer Tsuruda 1:30-2:30

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Diversity in Apiary - Deb Delaney 1:30-2:30

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Finding Queens - Special Guests 1:30-2:30

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2:45-3:45

Community Sourcing of Bees
Here's How We Did It - Bonnie Morse 2:45-3:45

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Strengthening Your Bee Club - Michele Colopy 2:45-3:45

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Growing Degree Days - Keith Tignor 2:45-3:45

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Community Engagement for
Sustainable Beekeeping - Pam Fisher 2:45-3:45

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Ten Years of White House Bees - Charlie Brandts2:45-3:45

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Judging a Honey Show - Michael Young MBE 2:45-3:45

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Hygienic Behavior Testing Part 1 - Don Hopkins 2:45-3:45

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Sugar Shake Testing for Varroa - Lewis Cauble 2:45-3:45

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4:15-5:15

Seasonal Management of the Apiary - Mike Palmer 4:15-5:15

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Age Polytheism - Juliana Rangel 4:15-5:15

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Teaching Bees to Children - Toni Burnham 4:15-5:15

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Sideline Pollination - Bob Wellemeyer 4:15-5:15

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Hot Bees? Thermal Cameras Reveal Bee
Behaviour in New Ways - Wyatt Mangum 4:15-5:15

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Where Beekeeping Began - And Continues! - Dewey Caron 4:15-5:15

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Managing Small Hive Beetle - Jen Keller  4:15-5:15

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Sugar Shake Testing for Varroa - Lewis Cauble 4:15-5:15

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Friday Conference (Morning)

 

MORNING SESSIONS GUIDE
EAS 2018 Conference - Friday, August 17th 

   Speaker    Vendor   Master Bee Keepers    Honey Show   
 
Location
6:30-7:30
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:30
9:30-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:00 12:15-1:30
Registration   Registration Desk | Lost & Found | Help & Questions 7:30-12:00 Lunch - Location TBD 12:15-1:230
Various Yoga 6:30-7:30 (Location Grand Staircase)   EAS Life Member Lunch - TBD 12:15-1:30
Ballroom (A,B,C) Opening & Intro 8:15-8:30 Honeybees from the U.K to the U.S.A  | Michael Young, MBE Transmission dynamics of honey bee viruses and the queen | Dr. Olav Rueppell BREAK Welcome to EAS - Buddy May (11:15-11:30)
EAS Membership Meeting
- (11:15-12:00)
Pickup Honey Exchange - Vendor Hall 12:15
Ballroom (E,F,G)             EAS Vendor Area Open for Displaying Products, Services & Demonstrations            
Room 201,202     Honey Show          
Space Open   Master Beekeeping Meeting - Time and Location TBD
 
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EAS 2018 Conference, Friday August 17th

Session Summaries - Morning Session


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Yoga 6:30-7:30am

Come join us on the promenade for a relaxing start to the day. A tradition that continues to thrill.. we hope to see you there.

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Opening and Intro 8:15-8:30

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Honey Bees from the U.K. to the U.S.A | Michael Young 8:30-9:30

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Transmission dynamics of honey bee viruses and the queen  | Dr. Olav Rueppell (Hambleton Award Winner) 9:30-10:30

Honey bee queens present hubs for virus transmission in colonies that should be particularly protected. I will summarize several studies that my lab has performed to study the queen's rold in virus transmission within honey bee colonies.

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Break 10:30-11:00

Welcome to EAS - Buddy May 11:15-11:30
EAS Membership Meeting 11:15-12:00

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Lunch

History of EAS in Photos - Bettery Mencucci ( Balroom - Tentative)

Pick Up Honey Exchange in the Vendor Hall 12:15

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Friday Conference (Afternoon)

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