[an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive]

Bees By the Sea
EAS 2001
CAPE COD Massachusetts
August 6-10, 2001

Conference - Beekeeping Around the World

The EAS 2001 conference starts after lunch on Wednesday, August 8th culminating with the Friday evening banquet. The symposia speaker presentations will be Wednesday afternoon, Thursday morning, and Friday morning. These sessions will be held in the Harrington Building Auditorium and the Bay State Room. You may want to review the symposia schedule, as some of the sessions are scheduled concurrently, and you will have to select which sessions you wish to attend. In addition, workshops will take place Thursday afternoon and Friday afternoon, utilizing many different facilities and locations including the apiary.

See also the Conference at a Glance, Symposia Schedule and Workshops pages.

Conference Highlights
  • Use of Apis Species Through Out the World
  • Alternative Pollinators
  • Commercial Beekeeping
  • Basic Aspects of Bee Breeding
  • Improving Our World Through Beekeeping
  • Basic Beekeeping Sessions
    • Pests and Diseases
    • IPM Hive Management
Featured Speakers
Nicola Bradbear, Director of Bees for Development
United Kingdom

Gard Otis, Associate Professor Environmental Biology
University of Guelph, Canada

Sue Cobey, Staff Apiarist
Ohio State University

Jeff Pettis, USDA Research Entomologist
Beltsville MD

Diana Sammataro, Research Associate
Penn State University

Nicholas Calderone, Assistant Professor Evolutionary Biology, Social Behavior, and Honey Bee Biology
Cornell University

Ann Harman, International Apicultural Consultant
Flint Hill VA

John Skinner, Associate Professor Entomology and Plant Pathology
University of Tennessee


Workshops
  • Attributes of honey bee races
  • Master Beekeepers Program - an introduction
  • Creamed Honey Production
  • Breeding Northern Queens
  • New Marketing Strategies
  • Successful Queen Introduction
Workshop Presenters
Clarence Collison, Department Head, Entomology and Plant Pathology Mississippi State University

Mac Hedgpeth Rhode Island, Rollin Hannan Connecticut
Honey Bee Breeders

Penny McCaig, Ray Lackey
Master Beekeepers

Al Carl Massachusetts, Tony Jadczak Maine, Bob Wellemeyer Virginia
State Apiarists

Jack Thomas Mann Lake, Vin Gaglione Crystal Bee Supply
Equipment Suppliers


Honey Show | Conference | Short Course | Speaker Profiles | Tours
[an error occurred while processing this directive]