Club Goals and Objectives

Our goals are:

To advocate for Yukon beekeepers with government to ensure our voice is heard

•Ensure any future policies that may impact us take into account our concerns

•Promote diverse and healthy pollinator friendly forage on vacant land, along our roadside and on private lands

•Advocate the need for a Yukon native plant seed bank and re-vegetation strategy that will help all pollinators

To develop a better understanding of Beekeeping in Extreme Northern Climates

•Best Practices – How can we improve yields and winter survival of honeybees?

•Best Forage for Success – What are the best native and non-native pollen and nectar sources in the different parts of the North?

•Best Equipment to Use – What is the best equipment to use to here for our specific conditions?

To develop North of 60 beekeeping knowledge for all levels

To introduce beekeeping to more people in the North (more data and experiences to learn from and share)

•Save money by not making the same mistakes we made

•Ability to run successful beekeeping businesses

•Pooling and sharing resources, skills and tools to reduce some costs (OAV Vapourizer, Extractors, Books, etc...)

•To educate beekeepers on diseases and pest that could have a large impact on the viability of keeping bees in the North

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