November 17, 2016
[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] It was a wonderful weekend at the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association conference in State College. Beekeepers came from all over PA to listen and learn about honey bees and beekeeping. I am Margarita, a new assistant professor at Penn State and leader of the Lopez-Uribe Lab. I was a guest speaker at the PSBA conference and gave a quick overview of my research and the future goals of my lab. I handed out
November 9, 2016
If you need it, we will have it! Buzz on over to the Wiley Bee Lab at Penn State, State College PA this Saturday November 12 from 3-6pm We are selling beekeeping equipment at a discount Inventory: Shallow, medium and deep hive bodies with frames and plastic foundation, tops, migratory lids, inner covers, bottom boards, screen bottom boards, plastic pollen trap, plastic frames, plastic foundation, feeders We accept ONLY cash or checks Address: Wiley Ln State
November 5, 2016
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