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Stephen Repasky - PA

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Stephen Repasky is a second-generation beekeeper living in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a certified Master Beekeeper through the Eastern Apicultural Society and is also the current President of the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association, president of Burgh Bees, and a member of the Board of Directors for the American Beekeeping Federation. He is also an active member of the Keystone Queen Breeders Cooperative and is a member of the Penn State Center for Pollinator Research Advisory Board and the Pennsylvania State Apiary Advisory Board.

Stephen manages approximately 100 colonies and is involved in honey production, queen rearing and the selling of nucleus hives each summer to those interested in starting or expanding their own beekeeping adventure.

He had his first book published by Wicwas Press in 2014 entitled "Swarm Essentials" and can be found teaching beekeeping classes in the Pittsburgh area and presenting lectures on a variety of beekeeping topics at local clubs and many regional and national conferences around the United States.



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Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association  The Pa State Beekeepers Association strives to promote fellowship between beekeepers and County Beekeeping Associations. PSBA is an active partner with Penn State University and …
Burg Bees Facebook Page  Follow Burg Bees on Facebook
Swarm Essentail - By Stephan Repasky (Amazon Books Link)  Swarming is perhaps the most powerful instinct beekeepers encounter while working with bees. Swarm Essentials outlines the ramifications of swarming behavior, the benefits of swarming, proven swarm management techniques, and how to recover and even prosper from a swarming event. Author Stephen J. Repasky's inaugural publication marks the latest addition to the Essentials series from Wicwas Press, and is an excellent read for any beekeeper who hopes to make it past their first yea

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Monday 8:30 AM to 9:25 AM | Location: Rm. 104B
Challenges of Changing Beekeeping
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Tuesday 8:30 AM to 9:25 AM | Location: Rm. 104A
Challenges: Keeping Bees In Proximity Of People, Family & Animals
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New for 2019,

The job of recognizing and showcasing presenters is a big one for sure.
At EAS this year you have a choice of over 100 talks!

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