Dr. Dewey CaronAbout Dr. Dewey Caron (Oregon)

Started with Honey bees as teenager in Vermont. Studied for PhD with Dr Roger Morse of Cornell University…also interested in insect natural history and pollination biology. Professor of Entomology and Apiculture (honey bees) 11 years at Univ of Maryland and 29 years at University of Delaware. Conducted research and did extension and teaching with honey bees and insects and wildlife conservation. Retired 2009 and now living in Oregon to be close to grandchildren. Still active with insects and honey bees. Active participant of state, local and regional bee meetings (present over 100 talks each year) and with groups that desire a speaker on bees and insects or natural history around bees and pollinating insects.

Specializes in:

  • Keeping bees
  • Colony seasonal management
  • Honey production
  • Crop pollination
  • Queen rearing production
  • Pollinating insects

Fees and Requirements

Travel expenses plus fee of $200 for appearance – can present twice for same fee. Fee is negotiable