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The Beesource Beekeeping website was started in 1997, and two years later the online community for beekeepers and beekeeping was established. It has experienced organic, word of mouth grassroots growth ever since. Today, Beesource.com has over 24,000 registered members and is the most active online beekeeping community of its kind in the world. If you are interested in beekeeping information,...
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Beekeeping and producing your own honey - all the information you need to start beekeeping. There are so many great reasons to keep honey bees. Producing your own delicious honey, maybe selling some of it for some extra cash, pollinating the plants and flowers in your own garden, and giving mother nature a helping hand, and just the sheer excitement of watching your own bees as they busy about...
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Go to a bee club meeting and look around the room (Are there young people full of energy or old guys like me?). If you can not find a club, use a search engine on your browser for beekeeping organizations -- state or local bee clubs usually have a web site. Bee meeting and bee events are...
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828-707-7551 Help staff the exhibit table for America in Bloom, Bee City USA, & HCBA during downtown Hendersonville’s Garden Jubilee Festival. We will have information about planting for pollinators, the beekeepers club flyer, Bee City USA brochures, pollinator week flyers, etc. plus free...
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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 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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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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Whatever you need to know about Honey Bee, all are here with Elaborate information from Expert Beekeepers. This information will help for successful Beekeeping. This website contains all information about the bee. Enthusiastic can learn about the honey bee, African bees, killer bee, carpenter bee, & bumble bee from this website. It’s an ideal place for those who are passionate about the bee. We...
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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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P.S. Remember, "Beekeeping For Beginners" is the book that will take you from knowing little or nothing about beekeeping to enjoying your first harvest of honey! It is the key that will unlock the world of beekeeping for you. Order now. P.S.S. Don't forget about the 2 valuable bonuses you'll receive free when you order - the "Beekeeping Quick Start Guide" eBook and the "How To Extract Honey"...
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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 smell of honey, wafting through the air within ten feet of the hive. They increase pollination in...
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Homepage of Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association. Sarah McTish was selected and crowned at the conference as the new Honey Queen for 2016. See our Honey Queen Program page and the Honey Queen Program's Facebook page for details. The PSBA 2015 Beekeeper of the Year award was presented to Maryann Frazier at the conference banquet. As the senior extension associate in the Department of...
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The NCSBA is a volunteer led organization comprised of more than four thousand active members, almost all of which are hobbyist beekeepers that are also members of a network of local beekeeping associations. These local associations are chartered by the NCSBA and serve to help their members learn and enjoy the practice of keeping bees. Throughout North Carolina, the beekeepers of the NCSBA can...
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The Kentucky State Beekeepers Association (KSBA) is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization dedicated to beekeeping in Kentucky. We represent Kentucky’s backyard, hobby, and commercial beekeepers and local beekeeping associations. Anyone interested in beekeeping is welcome to join us. Our objectives are:. To inform the public about the importance and contribution of honey bees to the welfare...
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WASBA serves hobbyist and professional Beekeepers in Washington State. Our Mission is to help local beekeeping organizations, assist the agricultural community, promote beekeeping and bee products and more. State agencies work to feed, support Washington’s bees. About 30,000 bees arriving on the lawn of the Governor’s Mansion claimed all the apiary attention April 20th. But behind the scenes,...
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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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Making Your Own Bait Hives Now that you’re finished with your winter of building and repairing supers, brood boxes and frames, think about the possibility of building bait hives in preparation for the May/ June swarm season. A bait hive is a swarm-catching box. I have captured some nice swarms in boxes set in trees, and it seems easier than answering a swarm call, which may come at an...
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You are viewing the Chattahoochee Valley Beekeepers Association website. It is our hope that we can conveniently share beekeeping news, ideas, suggestions, and knowledge through this avenue. Come to our next meeting, which is listed over in the right-hand column, and listen to an educational program, discuss pertinent information, and network with other bee enthusiasts. This website is first...
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The Bee Informed Partnership is a 5 year effort funded by USDA/NIFA (U.S. Department of Agriculture/National Institute of Food and Agriculture). It is a large collaboration between research institutions, Universities, and beekeepers from all over the country. The main idea behind the Bee Informed Partnership is to get information collected from beekeepers back to other beekeepers quickly so...
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An Epipen auto injector may be available to you for $0 copay. Mylan, the manufacturer of the Epipen and Epipen Jr is offering a $0 copay card. Not all insurance plans qualify, but if yours does, it is worth the time to visit the Mylan site at the below link to ascertain if your insurance does qualify:. Through its many activities and programs, the ISBA assists in making bee keeping both a...
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