- The Beekeeping Brain -
Bill Hesbach is a Connecticut native with a background in engineering. He's an Eastern Apicultural Society Certified Master Beekeeper and graduate of the University of Montana's Master Beekeeping Program. Bill is on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Apicultural Society, and is President of the Connecticut Beekeepers Association.
Within the community, Bill teaches bee biology and various beekeeping methods at meetings and workshops hosted by regional clubs & organizations. He is an active member of the Eastern Apicultural Society, and part of their Master Beekeeper Certification Program. Bill is also a regular guest speaker at national beekeeping seminars, and recipient of the 2019 EAS Conference Distinguished Speaker Award.
Bill operates Wing Dance Apiary in Cheshire, Connecticut, which produces a crop of artisanal raw honey and natural hive products. He's a published author, with articles appearing in Bee Culture, Bee Craft, and The American Bee Journal. Special interests include: Bee Biology and Flight, and Connections Between Local Flora and Bee Behavior.
SPLITS AND VARROA
AN INTRODUCTION TO SPLITTING HIVES AS PART OF VARROA CONTROL
Attend Bee Talks
"Bee Talks" is a discussion group offered via Connecticut Beekeepers Association, where members can learn and engage on beekeeping knowledge. So bring your questions, and learn how to make your beekeeping experience even more successful!
Second Thursday of each month
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Online via Zoom