Central Iowa Beekeepers Association
University of Nebraska Lincoln Bee Lab
A Better Year to Survive and Thrive Winter Beekeeping Seminar
January 16, 2021
Virtual Zoom Meeting
12:00 noon to 4:30 PM (Central time)
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Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a beekeeper? Now you can. We have put together a list of qualified beekeepers throughout the state who are willing to teach you this wonderful hobby. All you have to do is sign up and go to class. Check out a class near you today and get enrolled to see what all the 'Buzz" is about. This year has been a gamechanger for many beekeepers due to Covid-19, there are now online classes to attend. Be sure to check the list often, more classes are being added to the list weekly.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT TO OTHERS FOR YOUR LOVE OF HONEY BEES AND THE IHPA
You can order one decal for $10 or two for $15 (make check to IHPA). You probably will want two since you will have two License Plates. You don’t have to have a decal on both. Or you could choose a different non-profit organization’s decal and place on the other plate, as well. Or, in the future you want a different type of decal you can easily change it or update your current decal.
You can see the Decal below and on the DOT’s website which is; https://iowadot.gov/mvd/vehicleregistration/vehicleregistration/Decals
This decal is made to the same specifications that the month decal is made. So, it should last a few years. Now, for those of you that do not want to buy the Decal License Plate ($5.00 in addition to your registration fee plus $5.00 renewal fee at the County’s Treasurers Office) but still want a COOL DECAL you can use them like any decal – in your vehicle’s window, bumper or even on your refrigerator.
The purpose of this decal is raise awareness of Honey Bees and IHPA in Iowa. Yes, we will raise some dollars too. All funds raised will go to support Iowa State Fair Booth renovations.
Thanks for your support of this fun way of showing off our love of honey bees and of IHPA.