The Scottish Government Honey Bee Health Team have issued a brief on the legal requirement of reporting Varroa in Scotland. To view or download the full brief please click here. With kind regardsScottish Government Honey Bee Health Team
On 1st December we enjoyed an inspiring talk from Rachel Faichnie, and her research into “The importance of sustainable land management on pollinators.” If you would like to watch a recording of Rachel’s talk, you can find it here. “That was such an interesting meeting tonight – great start to DBSA zoom meetings.“ A dateContinue reading “Evening Lectures update and recording link”
We are hosting an interesting programme of Tuesday evening lectures from December 2020 through to April 2021. These will take place on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm, and will be presented via zoom. The first lecture will be on Tuesday 1st December 2020 at 7.30 to 8.30. Rachel Faichnie, University of Glasgow, willContinue reading “Evening Lectures”
DSBA 2021 New Beekeepers Course starts on 19th January. We have some spaces available if you know of any budding beekeepers who would be interested. Check out the New Beekeepers page for further details.
In late summer, the Board, responded to a Dunblane Development Trust post inviting community groups to apply for funds which are donated annually by Braes of Doune Windfarm to support local projects. At the end of October, we were delighted to hear that DSBA had been awarded £750 which we will use towards a coupleContinue reading “Dunblane Development Trust funding”