Last week we talked about the entrance feeder and concluded that while it’s a good tool for emergency feedings it’s not a great long term feeding solution.  Today we’ll talk about the frame feeder and the perks and drawbacks to this style of feeder. As with all feeders there are some things to consider when…

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Volunteer with a Beekeeper

Many folks have decided that this year isn’t the right time for them to get started with bees.  Others are keeping bees but are still worried and concerned about what they’re doing, after all caring for thousands of tiny animals is a little intimidating!  So how do you become more comfortable keeping bees or get…

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Registering Your Beehives

For many of us this is the time of the year when beekeeping is really starting to get going.  Either we’re assembling our equipment and anxiously awaiting the arrival of our package of bees or we’re starting to peek into our existing hives, wondering if they’ve made it through the winter.  Either way it’s easy…

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Whether you’re keeping bees or have decided to wait there’s no reason you can’t make your yard and home bee friendly. Growing plants to attract bees not only helps insure your garden is pollinated but it also helps give the bees around you a place to forage for nectar and pollen. Here’s ten easy things…

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