Course curriculum

    1. A message from Eliese Watson

    2. Before you go...

    3. Next steps

    1. Sustainable Apiary Management

    1. Here comes the sun...

    2. Pollen and Nectar Flow

    3. Plant Lists for Bees

    1. Download your Spring Management Guide

    1. IPM and You

    2. How to Identify Something is Wrong?

    3. U of Gulph Varroa Mite Wash Technique

    4. Treatments for Disease

    1. Standard Spring Inspections

    2. Standard Spring Inspections Field Video

    3. Inspection Sheet Download

About this course

  • $899.00
  • 48 lessons
  • Private Chat Group
  • Monthly Live Zoom Calls
  • Monthly Payment Options

Find your confidence

How the SAM program is personalized mentorship married with self-guided online lessons. You are supported all season.

In the Sustainable Apiary Management Program you will join 6 monthly live Q&A/brainstorm/sharing sessions, not to mention the private community space for 24-hour access to feedback and support. Between these sessions, you will access new course material released every other week to support upcoming expectations within your apiary, going through techniques and strategies for care. With retention activities and downloadable resources, you will not only feel supported, but experience new potential in your apiary.

What SAM will do for you...

  • Build Personal Capacity

    Throughout this Program, you will learn to confidently inspect, super, split, harvest, and do your integrated pest management. Never feel unsure again.

  • Strong Growth: You and Bees

    This course will not only increase your abilities as a beekeeper, but also increase your production, health, and attention to detail in your apiary management.

  • Safe & Inclusive Learning

    We meet you where you are. New to beekeeping? Feel like you aren't sure? We are here for you. Feel like you are ready to build this into a business, we can get you there.

Join the Sustainable Apiary Management Program

Spend your summer with a community of beekeepers who are invested in life-long learning with honey bees