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One Question, Too Many Answers

There’s an old beekeeping joke with many variations that essentially sounds a little something like this. “Ask 10 beekeepers a question and you’ll get 11 answers” and as a new beekeeper, I remember feeling extremely overwhelmed by this. 144 more words

A Texan's Guide to the Beekeeper's Year

As a beekeeper you’ve got to keep your eye on the seasons, the weather, bee behavior, and the bees activities. This is meant to be a guide and should not be used as a substitute for watching and learning from your bees. 454 more words

I Was Tricked Into Becoming a Beekeeper

When people find out I’m a beekeeper, one of the first questions they ask is “how did that happen?” or “what made you want to do that?” The truth is – although I’ve always loved bees, I never really thought I’d become a beekeeper. 651 more words

Beekeeping Calendar and Seasons - Springtime

If you’re looking for a simplified list of what bees and beekeepers do during the spring – look no further ;) Bees are very busy in the spring which means so are their keepers. 527 more words

BeeKeeping at the Bungalow

Beekeeping With The Dude  :)

The “dude” started beekeeping about 15 years ago and learned a lot by reading, taking classes and trial and error. 220 more words

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Mentorships

Finding a mentor and networking with other beekeepers is the absolute best way to get into beekeeping. It’s also a great way to make sure you don’t make the same mistakes the rest of us did! 578 more words

Beekeeping Classes

We offer a variety of different class levels from new bee classes to intermediate classes.

If you’re thinking about starting a backyard beehive or are just curious about what’s involved with keeping bees, then this is a great introductory class for you. 252 more words