If you have a honey bee swarm that you would like to have a beekeeper remove, please make contact with a beekeeper in the following ways. If you live in or near Winnipeg, you can find contacts through the local association at http://www.beekeepingmanitoba.com/ If you live in rural Manitoba, contact your local beekeeper directly.
MBA Spring 2016 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.
CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS Bee Maid Honey Limited will consider project proposals in any area of apiculture, hive health or honey production. Preference will be given to the area of honey quality and good practices of producing pure quality Canadian honey in the Canadian beekeeping industry. Proposals for projects must be submitted to the Bee Maid Honey Research Committee by February 29, 2016. Projects are expected to be completed within one year of funding, although renewal applications will be considered. Proposal Procedures and Criteria Cover Page à Principal Investigator: Name, address, phone, FAX, e-mail, signature à Collaborating Individuals/Institutions: Names, […]
The Canadian Honey Council is pleased to announce that Jim Campbell, former secretary to the MBA, has been awarded the Willy Baumgartner Memorial Award. This award is given annually to a person who has made a significant positive contribution of innovative, creative and effective effort for the betterment of the bee industry of Canada. Please join us at the Banquet on February 26 to celebrate Jim’s Award and his contributions to the Beekeeping industry in Manitoba and in Canada.