Got Bees? Learn how to become a beekeeper. Our experienced beekeepers are ready to share their knowledge with you. Our classes will increase your awareness and familiarity with beekeeping. If you can’t make it to one of our classes, you may find answers on our blog.
We would love to hear from you about your beekeeping experience. Feel free to send us a message or come visit our store. There is someone available to help you whenever you need it.
  • Becoming A Beekeeper – $Free            This is the first class to get the basic information on what is needed to become a beekeeper.                                   
  • Saturday February 4 @ 11 AM                   
  • Thursday February 9 @ 6 PM               
  •  Saturday  March 4 @ 11 AM   
  • First Year Beekeeping – $10
    This class will be more in-depth of the first year of beekeeping. Teaching you how to set up your hive to harvesting honey and everything in between, including inspecting your hive and what you should be looking for. This class teaches you how to successfully keep bees.                 
  • Saturday  February 11 @ 11 AM           
  • Thursday February 16 @ 6 PM             
  • Thursday March 16 @ 6 PM
  • Bee Nutrition -$10
    We will discuss the importance of feeding your bees, when and why and how. This class is perfect for New and Seasoned Beekeepers.                               
  •  Thursday March 2 @ 6 PM                  
  • Candy Board Workshop
    Making 20# Candy Boards for winter back up food. Come to our shop, make the candy board, and pay for supplies. New, Refill. 
    All Day Event!                    
  • Advanced Beekeeping 
    (Splitting) – $10
    This class will mainly focus on the Spring management and swarming prevention. Attend this class if you have wintered a hive, so you can be prepared for early Spring.                                                 
  •   Thursday February 23  @ 6 PM   
  • Saturday March 18 @ 11 AM
  • All About Honey $10
    What is honey? How is it made? Come learn all about honey. How bees make it, Why it crystallizes, the different forms and flavors.                                                      
  • Beehive 911 – $10

    There are so many things that can happen to your hive. Pests and diseases are your main concern. Come learn about how to look for and deal with specific pests and diseases.                                      

  • Varroa Destructor – $10
    Varroa Destructor the most devastating pest the honey bee has ever known. Without intervention varroa will kill your hive, it’s only a matter of time. Come and learn about this pest and how to save your hives.                                           
  • Saturday March 25 @ 11 AM                     
  • Gifts from the Hive $10
    Learn how to make just of the few of the things that you can make from the bounties of the hive.                                    
  • Harvesting Honey $10
    How to remove honey frames from your hives. Extracting and bottling your honey.  
  • Wintering Class $10
    Learn what you need to do to best prepare your hive to survive through winter.                                       
  • Wax Rendering $10
    Learn how to collect, process and use bees wax. We will demonstrate the process of Wax Rendering, and will make Candles, and lipbalm etc.                          

Deseret Hive Supply has opened its classroom to host the Weber County Beekeeping Association meetings. The association is a separate operation from Deseret Hive Supply.

Weber County Beekeeping Association Meetings: Every fourth Thursday @ 7pm
@ Deseret Hive Supply unless otherwise noted. Meetings are March – October. Join the Facebook Group to watch LIVE.           

  • Live Hive Inspection
      Hands on.  We will inspect a top bar hive.
    2828 N. 400 E. North Ogden $10
    Please wear a clean suit and gloves.   

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