Max’s Minute

This month’s Door County Beekeepers Club Meeting will be held at the Crossroads in Sturgeon Bay at 6:30pm on Tuesday, November 27th.

Topic: Varroa mite life cycle and control caution using oxalic acid
Presenter: Kevin O’Donnell (DCBC club member)
Case Study: Negative behavioral effects from Oxalic Acid Vaporization on honey bee colony, vitality, brood and honey production. This study was done by Kevin as a field study experiment for the University of Montana Master Beekeeping Course.

About DCBC

Our mission is to promote the study, science and craft of beekeeping through education, encouragement and community for all Door County beekeepers, and raise awareness to the benefits of bees for our environment, ecology and local economy.

We meet once a month at various locations in Door County. The meetings usually include educational information presented by experienced local/regional beekeepers. In addition, there may be a hands-on event such as a "hive dive" prior to the meeting.

Anyone can join the Door County Beekeepers Club at anytime. Membership carries for one year. Members enjoy the benefits of meetings and resources available to them through the club.


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