ANNUAL SUMMER CONFERENCE AU G U S T 1 3 - 1 7 , 2 0 1 8 HAMPTON ROADS CONVENTION CENTER HAMPTON, VIRGINIA WHAT IS EAS? Non-profit, volunteer-run, regional beekeeping organization
Founded in 1955 Largest non-commercial beekeeping organization in the US and Canada Purpose: The Society shall provide the opportunity and means for its members, the beekeeping community and our industry business partners to gain and share apicultural information and WHAT IS EAS?
Goals: The Society will plan and hold an annual conference for the distribution of information relative to apiculture, and to expand the knowledge of the membership in the art and science of apiculture. The Society will provide grants for research into current problems facing apiculture. The Society will develop and administer a Master Beekeeper certification program.
VIRGINIA Hosting EAS Annual Conference August 13-17, 2018 VIRGINIA First British Colony in North America
SPEAKERS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM VIRGINIA Home of Chief Powhatan (Wahunsenacawh), Leader of Tsenacommacah Nation & Father of Pocohantas NATIVE AMERICAN WELCOME/ GREETING
VIRGINIA Entry Point of Honey Bees in North America Jamestown, Virginia WHERE IT ALL BEGAN! Hampton, Virginia 4000 FREE Parking Spaces
WITHIN ONE DAYS DRIVE (10 HOURS) OF 40% OF U.S. POPULATION 20 Minutes from two International Airports Norfolk Newport News/Williamsburg
15 Minutes from Amtrak Train Station 5 Minutes from REGISTRATION, KEYNOTES, WORKSHOPS, VENDORS, HONEY SHOW, APIARY, ETC. ALL IN ONE ACCESSIBLE LOCATION
HOTEL CONVENTION CENTER Connected by a covered walkway EMBASSY SUITES BY HILTON CONFERENCE HOTEL Single or Double $115 per night
3 People $125 4 People $135 plus tax 2-room Suites with Sleeper Sofa Fridge, Microwave and CONFERENCE
HOTEL INCLUDES Complimentary Made to order Breakfast & Evening Reception with Hor oeuvres & 2 bar drinks
PARTNER HOTELS Courtyard Marriott Crown Plaza Hampton Marina Hampton Inn
Holiday Inn Express All offering EAS discounted rates CAMPING AT HISTORIC FORT MONROE The Colonies RV and Travel
EAS SUMMER 2-DAY SHORT CONFERENCE COURSE (MONDAY & 3-DAY CONFERENCE TUESDAY) Beginning & Intermediate Classes Advanced Workshops
EAS Annual Members Meeting Live & Silent Auction SIX SHORT COURSE TRACKS Subject to change Beginner Intermediate Electronic Hive Monitoring
Excellence in Honey and Hive Products Queen Rearing Apiary/Top Bar Hives SAMPLE OF 2018 SPEAKERS Celia Davis, NDB (National Diploma in Subject to change
Beekeeping ,UK) Dr. Jamie Ellis, University of Florida Randy Oliver, Scientific Beekeeping Mike Palmer, French Hill Apiaries, Vermont Sammy Ramsey, University of Maryland Dr. Juliana Rangel, Texas A & M Dr. Kirsten Traynor, American Bee Journal Dr. Jennifer Tsuruda, Clemson University Michael Young, MBe, Institute of Northern Ireland Beekeepers
SOCIAL/EDUCATIONAL Chartered Harbor Cruise ACTIVITIES Paradise Ocean Club Subject to change Beekeeper Beach Bash with
Bee Olympics Queen of the Sun Movie Screening Silent and Live Auctions Field Trips: Jamestown, point of entry for honey bees in North America St. Georges Brewing Co.
MASTER BEEKEEPER PROGRAM Certifying competent bee masters to provide education and assistance to beginning beekeepers and serve in other capacities in the community as experts in beekeeping
Written exam Lab exam Oral exam Field exam SPACE FOR OVER 60 VENDORS & NON-PROFITS IN TRADE HALL
HONEY EXCHANGE Bring up to three jars HONEY SHOW Honey, Wax, Candles, Mead, Gift Baskets, Photography, Gadgets, etc. Celebrate VSBAs 100year Anniversary
MEMBERSHIP You must be a member of EAS to participate in the Conference, Short Course, receive the EAS Journal or other activities. 1 year Individual/Family (Paper Journal or Electronic delivery); $25 2 year Individual/Family (Electronic delivery); $45 3 year Individual/Family (Electronic delivery); $65 Life Membership Dues (Electronic delivery); $250
Association(State/county/Regional) Membership is $50 annually AUGUST 13-17, 2018 HAMPTO N, Details/info: www.easternapiculture.org
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