Celebrating 100 Years – Educating for the Next 100! July 13th, 14th & 15th
Embassy Suites Convention Center in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Jon is the apiculture specialist for the University of Arkansas with a strong background in entomology and botany. Extension and beekeeping education are some of his major interests.
Dr. James Wilson
Dr. Wilson is the new faculty apiculturist at Virginia Tech. With an undergraduate degree from NCSU and a PhD from VT, Dr. Wilson has plenty of beekeeping information to share.
Katy C. Evans
Katy was the 2015 recipient of the EAS Foundation for Honey Bee Research Award. This award made possible the research with Dr. Debbie Delaney at the U of Delaware that led to her Master’s Thesis. Katy now works with one of Dr. Tarpy’s former postdocs, Dr. Margarita Lopez-Uribe at Penn State University.
Dr. David Tarpy
Professor and Extension Apiculturist, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, NCSU.
Register in advance and save $15!
If you would prefer to pay by check and register by mail, please download the Advance Registration Form.
Conference Advance Registration Rates:
Individual Registration (NCSBA member): $50
Family Registration (NCSBA member): $70
Individual Registration (Non-NCSBA member): $65*
Family Registration (Non-NCSBA member): $85*
*Includes 2017 Annual NCSBA membership for the primary registrant. South Carolina & Virginia Beekeepers do not need to join the NCSBA to attend the 2017 Summer Meeting but are welcome to do so.
Several of the hotels are offering discounts to our conference attendees.
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