WHPA Summer Conference July 13, 2019

WHPA Summer Conference July 13, 2019

Join WHPA on Saturday, July 13, 2019 for the annual Summer Conference Lions Hall, 145 Dearborn Street in Redgranite, WI Registration 8:30am, $20 includes catered lunch. No pre-registration necessary. Keynote Speaker, University of Minnesota’s Bee Squad, Brooke...
WHPA Summer Night Social July 12, 2019

WHPA Summer Night Social July 12, 2019

Join WHPA for a summer night social on Friday, July 12th at Christiano’s Pizza 200 W. Main Street in downtown Wautoma starting at 5pm. We will be hosting a pizza and pasta buffet for $12.95. Please RSVP via the website contact form: https://wihoney.org/contact/...
Best Management Practices for Mite Control in WI

Best Management Practices for Mite Control in WI

WHPA issues a Best Management Practices for Varroa mite control in Wisconsin. Beekeepers from hobbyist to commercial scale are challenged by controlling Varroa mite infestations in their colonies. This document is intended to educate Wisconsin beekeepers on factors to...
Volunteers Needed at WI State Fair Honey Booth August 1-11, 2019

Volunteers Needed at WI State Fair Honey Booth August 1-11, 2019

The WHPA Honey Booth Needs YOU Aug. 1-11 at the WI State Fair The Wisconsin State Fair is the WHPA’s only fundraiser of the year. The WHPA Honey Booth is a State Fair anchor in the Wisconsin Products Pavilion. Beekeepers from across Wisconsin educate and promote honey...
2018 Honey Show Comes to WHPA Convention

2018 Honey Show Comes to WHPA Convention

The WI State Fair will be judging honey entries Friday, November 2, 2018 at 1 pm at Hotel Mead in Wisconsin Rapids, WI during the Wisconsin Honey Producers Association Fall Convention. 2018 Honey Show Entry Rules & Information
Canadian Beekeeper Keynote Speaker at Fall Convention

Canadian Beekeeper Keynote Speaker at Fall Convention

Ian Steppler is a 3rd generation farmer in Miami, Manitoba Canada. Nearly 10 years ago his brothers, parents and family restructured the family farm into a company and have since expanded into large grain, cattle and beekeeping operation. Ian bought his first 4 hives...