Upcoming Conferences and Presentations: 2018

1. July 12-15, Heartland Apicultural Society Annual Conference,

2. 1st Annual Shawn B. Moore Memorial Nature Sanctuary Workshop & Fundraising Dinner

Please join us at the Miscowaubic Club, an historic private club in Calumet, Michigan, in the beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula, for our 1st Annual Workshop and for a Fundraising Dinner with talks by our special guest and advisor, Dr. Zachary Huang, Associate Professor of Entomology, Michigan State University.

​Friday, July 27 – Basic Honey Bee Biology
1) “Honey Bee Division of Labor”
2) “Honey Bee Nutrition”
3) “Queen and Drone Biology”

Saturday, July 28 – Research Based Seminars
1) “Varroa Mite Biology”
2) “Nosema Biology”
3) “Effect of Transportation on Honey Bees”

Evening of Saturday, July 28 – Fundraising Dinner
Dinner Presentation by Dr. Huang: “The Beauty of Bees Around the World”


I can speak on a variety of topics on honey bees: such as honey bee biology, honey bee behavior, photography of honey bees (beetography), honey bee pheromones, Nosema disease, Varroa mite biology, honey bee nutrition, honey bee pests and diseases, honey bee products, other species of Apis and drone and queen biology.

Research summary talks: Does Nosema apis produce JH to make bees forage earlier? Effect of transportation on honey bees, Effect of transgenic pollen on honey bees, Do varroa mites prefer nurses as phoretic hosts, if so, why?

Please check my calendar below for availability of speaking engagements.


Updated May 18, 2013