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January 2016 Honey Newsletter
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"Helping UC Davis to become the world's leading authority on honeybee health, pollination, and honey quality."
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Location: Sensory Building Foyer, Robert Mondavi Institute
Fee: $125 per person

$1250 table sponsorship
(Table of 10)
Gougere with Goat Cheese and Buckwheat Honey
Carrot-Coriander-Cumin Shots
Avocado Salad Three Ways
Moroccan Tagine of Organic Chicken
Cheese Course and Dessert
Mediterranean inspired menu created by Ann Evans, author of the Davis Farmer's Cookbook, and Kathi Riley, food consultant and past chef at Zuni Cafe, San Francisco. Each course is served with mead or wine.
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A group of 12 bees will make approximately 1 teaspoon of honey in their lifetimes.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 from 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Location: RMI Sensory Building, Sensory Theater


This tasting next week will feature a selection of 4 unique honeys from California. Honeys will represent an area in North America, a specific country or even a continent. Join us for a unique tasting experience by Amina Harris, complemented with a short lecture delving into related beekeeping practices and issues by Elina Nino.
Amina Harris, Director, Honey & Pollination Center
Elina Niño, Apiculture Extension and Research, Department of Entomology and Nematology
Register here
Continuing Mead Making Series
The wait is almost over! The mead industry is on the rise and currently the fasting growing segment in the alcoholic beverage market. Expand your passion for mead by attending our four-day course series on this ancient beverage.

Only two more weeks to register!

 
Mon, Feb 8 - Tues, Feb 9, 2016: Continuing Mead Making
Wed, Feb 10, 2016: Business of Mead Making
Thur, Feb 11, 2016: Tour of Rabbit's Foot Meadery

UC Davis-Affiliated Wild Bee Decline Study Released

The new study suggests that wild bee populations likely declined in areas comprising 23 percent of the nation between 2008 and 2013, a decline associated with conversion of natural wild bee habitat into intensive agriculture.

The paper, titled “Modeling the Status, Trends and Impacts of Wild Bee Abundance in the United States,” is published today in the Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences.

Read the paper here

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