Courses or seminars on topics beyond the scope of existing department offerings. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Dates: July 19 - August 13, 2021
In this online course, students will learn the fundamentals of being responsible stewards of honey bee colonies and the skills to support good decision-making in today’s changing world of beekeeping. This introductory course will cover topics including basic bee biology, the factors driving global pollinator decline, current topics in pollinator research, purchasing equipment, and bees, integrated pest management, and successful strategies for overwintering. Note that the course material will be presented asynchronously. If you are interested in a hands-on beekeeping course, please see "Hands-on Beekeeping" CN 61421; PSS 195 - Z1 Course Objectives: 1. Attain the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to be responsible beekeepers and support good decision-making. 2. Understand basic bee biology 3. Understand the major threats to both managed and wild pollinators and the current issues faced by beekeepers. Textbook: Honey Bee Biology and Beekeeping Dewey M. Caron Wicwas Press, ISBN: 978-1-878075-29-1
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|PSS 120 Z1||Plant & Soil Science: Cold Climate Viticulture (in person)||to||Tue|
|PSS 156 OL1||Plant & Soil Science: Permaculture (online)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61516|
|PSS 161 Z1||Plant & Soil Science: SU: Fundmntls of Soil Science (in person)||to||Tue|
|PSS 190 Z1||Plant & Soil Science: Internship (in person)||to||N/A||See Notes||1 - 18||61439|
|PSS 195 Z1||Plant & Soil Science: Hands-on Beekeeping (in person)||to||Sat||to||3||61421|
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