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Welcome to the Back Yard Beekeepers Association. With over 250 members, our association has grown to become one of the Nation’s largest regional clubs for beekeeping hobbyists. Some of our members are just getting started as beekeepers, and some have enjoyed this hobby for years. All share an interest in the wonderful and remarkable world of the honey bee. The purpose of the BYBA is to provide...
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We help companies reach and engage every employee. Hospitals are filled with some of the most advanced technology available today, but when it comes to communication, healthcare workers are still using outdated technology like pagers. According to a study the Ponemon…. Many companies are beginning to discover that email is not always the best way for employees to communicate. More and more are...
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It makes no difference if you are a man, woman, or younger child, or a person with a handicap you can become a beekeeper, whether you live in the Big City, the Suburbs, or out in the countryside ! Honeybees are a joy to keep in the backyard simply for their buzzing presence and, on hot days, the...
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Our community seeks to encourage sound beekeeping practices in the Upper Midwest. Learn more about us and our commitment to educate others about the practice of beekeeping and its benefits. Join our group of over 400 members to exchange knowledge and experience. Already a member? Join our online...
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Beekeepers Association is a private non-profit organization dedicated to education and advocacy ensuring that South Carolina beekeepers have the information and tools they need to meet the challenges of modern beekeeping. Our mission also includes public education as we strive to provide...
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The DC Beekeepers Alliance is part of a lively community of beekeeping organizations—including clubs, businesses, government labs and university researchers—throughout the MidAtlantic. All of these hold talks, schedule events, offer speakers, and participate in beekeeper education at a variety of levels. Please visit our Links page to learn who's around! Join our discussion groups...
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There are multiple reasons bees swarm. First and foremost, lack of space for the Queen to lay. As we become better Beekeepers, one of our first benefits are strong colonies coming out of Winter. In Texas our "Honey Bee Spring" starts in February. Doing a quick hive inspection on warm days beginning the first of February is essential for circumventing swarms. You will notice that the stores that...
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A share in supporting vital research programs that directly affect your operation. A subscription to "The Bee Times", the CSBA quarterly publication full of information on the latest happenings. Club affiliation with a voting representative on the CSBA Board of Directors A chance to participate in the legislative process in forming and influencing legislation that affects our industry....
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The National Colony Loss and Management Survey is done every year during the month of April. It collects data about honeybee colony loss and management thereof. The results not only keep track of colony losses for the year, but also assist beekeepers nationwide in determining which, if any, practices improve honey bee colony survival. Stay informed with the MSBA newsletter, available to MSBA...
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Georgia Beekeepers Association - Serving Georgia's Bee Industry for over 85 Years. Don't forget that you can make donations to the Buzz Fund any time during the year and you can do it online! Just visit the. This web site and it's contents are the property of the Georgia Beekeepers Association Inc. unless otherwise noted. In addition to the Events page we now have an Online Calendar to help you...
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Pecialize in locating the source of your Africanized bee problem, removal of the bees , locating the actual hive or bees nest, removal of the beehive, honey,wax comb,larva, contaminated construction materials and We can provide the complete repair in a timely manner. Casey, the owner, is a native to Arizona and is an A+ rated member of the Arizona Better Business Bureau and has been. In certain...
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Honey bee colonies for operations with five or more colonies in the United States as of January 1, 2016 totaled 2.59 million. This is 8 percent below the 2.82 million colonies on January 1, 2015. During 2015, honey bee colonies on April 1, July 1, and October 1 were 2.85 million, 3.13 million, and 2.87 million, respectively. Honey bee colonies lost for operations with five or more colonies...
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Be one with our beekeeping organization as we educate the public on the preservation of honey bees. Contact us in Tallahassee, FL, to learn more. Honey bees and other pollinators face many challenges today. Honey bee health, loss of colonies, loss of habitat, environmental stress. These are problems not only for beekeepers but for everyone. The Florida State Beekeepers Association is working to...
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Lynn Yako Graham has 15+ years experience in marketing at both high tech companies (Apple, Sony Music), and consumer packaged goods companies, large (Nestle, General Mills), and small (Clif Bar, Numi Tea, LightFull Foods). The common thread throughout all her experiences is her passion for innovation and entrepreneurship. She graduated with a BA... Read More. Beekeeper Marketing offers...
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Brushy Mountain Bee Farm has been manufacturing the finest beekeeping supplies for more than 30 years. We have the most complete line of beekeeping equipment, candle and soap making, and mead supplies. Place an order 2 weeks prior to any of these events and we can have it ready for you to pick up at the meeting. You will also receive a 10% discount on picking the order up. Orders placed at the...
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TheBeekeeper.org is a live bee removal service. We relocate bee hives from your home to our bee farm here in Southern California. Most pest control companies will charge you a fee to just spray and walk away. Leaving pounds of dead bees and honey to rot and ferment in your walls and roof. Our beekeepers remove the entire hive (honeycomb, worker bees and the queen) which means less problems and...
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The Ohio State Beekeepers Association and the Ohio Producer Growers & Marketers Association are pleased to announce the availability of A Web-Based Introductory Beekeeping Training Program. The program consists of 34 videos and several power point presentations presented by Dr. Jim Tew and John Grafton. Topics include assembling hive equipment, installing packages, inspecting hives and much,...
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The NJBA promotes beekeeping through 8 local chapters. Newsletters are published 6 times a year and informative state meetings 4 times a year. Our Annual Winter Meeting will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at the Nottingham Member Lorette Cheswick seeding the tract for the pollinator meadow at the South Branch Preserve in Mount Olive Township. vermiculite and moistened before hand-sowing...
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This is not a “How You Should Keep Bees” site; rather, I’m a proponent of “Whatever Works for You” beekeeping. In short, this site is a record of my learning process as I try to understand aspects of colony health and productivity, and the reasons why various management techniques work (or don’t). My writing is a digestion of the scientific literature, relating it to my day-to-day hands on...
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Bug Squad By Kathy Keatley Garvey May 16, 2016 Africanized honey bees arrived in southern California in 1994 and are expanding north. How far north are they now? That's the question being asked all over Central and Northern California, especially since "The Terrorizing Concord Incident" or what happened along Hitchcock Road, Concord last Friday and Saturday. Apparently a backyard beekeeper was...
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