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Mayland Community College, 200 Mayland Ln, Spruce Pine, NC 28777, USA Mayland Community College, 200 Mayland Ln, Spruce Pine, NC 28777, USA Mitchell County Center 9 months ago
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Description:

Join Rick Harty, NCSBA Master Beekeeper, as he teaches students the history and biology of the honeybee, how to start a hive using a variety of equipment, the relationship between the honeybee and agriculture, and how to use and sell products for the hive. Students will also learn about the threats to a honeybee colony, such as parasites, disease, and Colony Collapse Disorder. Students will be given information regarding the NC Beehive Grants. The course will conclude with a visit to the Harty Farm bee yard for a hands-on hive experience.

2/1-3/22, Th, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
$70
Register by calling Mayland Community College -828-766-1298

https://www.mayland.edu/continuing-education/generalized-training/basic-beekeeping-24-hours-0

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Dec 7, 2018   1:00 pm US/Eastern

Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)

Pre-registration not required.

Presenter(s):
Linda Wang

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Georgia Master Timber Harvester - Continuing Logger Ed. (GaMTH CLE) - 1 hour CLE - Business Credit
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Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts Asheville, 1 Resort Dr, Asheville, NC 28806, USA Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts Asheville, 1 Resort Dr, Asheville, NC 28806, USA Mitchell County Center 3 months away
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Time: 9:30 am Wednesday through lunch on Thursday
Location: Crowne Plaza Resort, Asheville, NC
Cost: $40 per person with pre-registration prior to February 7th. Registration at the door is $50

Registration required: To register: http://www.ncagr.gov/markets/commodit/horticul/tomatoes/

Conference Contact: To exhibit or sponsor, or for more information, contact Ellen Moss at 828-685-3989, ellen_moss@yahoo.com.

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