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Center Of Michigan Beekeepers

Please Review By-Law Changes

COMB is considering changes to the By-Laws. The changes will be discussed at the December meeting. The link below will take you to a document with the proposed changes. Deletions are in Red structed through text and additions are in Green.

Proposed By-Law Changes

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Upcoming Events

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December 10th - Regular meeting

Dr. Zachary (Zac) Huang - Honey Bee Pheromones - There is more than just queen pheromones at work in the hive. Come learn what they are and how they impact the hive.

Dr. Huang is an associate professor in entomology at the Michigan State University. His main responsibilities include research, extension, and teaching. He is known for developing the social inhibition model (at UIUC) which explains how nurse to forager transition is regulated, the mitezapper (MSU) which is a non-chemical control for the infamous Varroa destructor. Dr. Huang has been a regular presenter at COMB and you may be familiar with his pictures of bees.


There will be a beginning beekeepers question and answer session from 6:00-6:30 in the classroom area.


COMB Dues

It's that time of year again. COMB dues run from January to December. To vote on officers at the January meeting your dues must be paid by then. You can pay your dues at the January or December meeting. See the COMB Membership page for more information.


2019 Business Meeting / Elections

January will be our annual business meeting and elections. If you are interested in running for an office contact Steve Tilmann at steve-bees@sbcglobal.net.


Shirts are 100% Cotton, 5.3 oz. weight and fit true to size. Each design is available in a men's crew neck and a ladies V-neck.

Questions should be directed to Jen Blackburn (jdensteadt@gmail.com)

COMB is a club for beekeepers in the mid-Michigan area. COMB's purpose is the study and promotion of the science and art of beekeeping. Meetings are open to the public but only members who are current on their dues may vote on club business. Club meetings are usually held at 6:30 PM on the second Monday of the month at the MSU Pavilion. Check Inside COMB Events for updated information on club meetings and upcoming events. Follow COMB on Social Media at our Facebook site for group discussions and questions.

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