Interesting Links To Bees
Bushwalking, motorcycle adventures, gardening and beekeeping - a natural lifestyle in Australia
to foster good beekeeping practice in the ACT and surrounding areas to promote the interests of beekeeping, and to disseminate and exchange information about, and encourage the study of, all aspects of beekeeping.
The Australian Honey Bee Industry Council (AHBIC) aims to maximise the efficient use of industry resources and funds to ensure the long term economic viability, security and prosperity of the Australian Honey Bee industry in Australia. We foster, promote, enhance and protect the interests of the Australian Honey Bee Industry and the vitality of its members and represent industry policy at all levels of government, private enterprise and the public.
The Indiana Beekeepers' Association (IBA) was started in 1998. With educational focus and with members statewide, it has become Indiana's largest beekeeping group (over 1,150 members). Year round programs help to keep its members up-to-date on all matters about beekeeping.
Swarm Removal Directory for the USA
A very easy to follow step by step guide to beekeeping.
Some good information on how to label your honey jar and a very engaging new infographic about beekeeping and honey labeling.
Some good general beekeeping history and information
At HiveKeepers we are dedicated beekeepers with the motivation to share and excite others about our passion Our aim is to provide people from all around the world with a way to connect with bees and the beekeepers that dedicate their time to look after them
Founder of Save the Bees Australia â€“ Bee The Cure, Simon Mulvany is an ex ranger, gardener and beekeeper who has made it his mission to educate people about the plight of the precious pollinators, both indigenous and introduced. It is crucial that we help protect the native species and that we keep honey bees, respectfully and responsibly. We respect that both have their place, whether it is in industry or biodiversity- and that we simply can not live without them.
The place for you to find how to start beekeeping as a hobby, info on the bee keeping industry, what the season is bringing; beekeeping workshops; mentoring; beekeeping gear and supplies for every Backyard Beekeeper. Bec is a Hobby Beekeeper who just loves her bees so her gear & programs are designed for the hobbyist by a hobbyist. Begin your journey with Bec and you too will be captivated by these amazing little creatures.
Honeybees are flying insects that are distinguished by their capacity to produce and store honey. While the production of honey is important for the economy, there are a variety of other ways that bees contribute to modern day society. By better understanding the role that bees play in the world, including the products that they create and the history of beekeeping, you can better appreciate this important little insect.
Itâ€™s time to take your first steps in beekeeping. It is something you have planned to do â€œsomedayâ€. Well someday is finally here and now you have decided â€“ â€œI want bees.â€ Good for you ! Our honey bees need all the help they can get.
Hi! My name is Veronica. Iâ€™m a Certified Bookkeeper. But all my free time Iâ€™m a beekeeper. Beekeeper-bookkeeper, what a pun! Although beekeeping is hobby in our family, we are keeping bees for about 25 years and now my parents having significant money from it. As for me, Iâ€™ve build own hive just few years ago, so I would be glad to tell in details how it was, what I bought, how much does it cost to start beekeeping and how to maintain a beehive. As main job takes all my time, I prefer to buy beekeeping equipment online. On amazon, bestbee, using catalogues and so on. Only buying bees online could be problem because of shipping difficultness, but Iâ€™ll tell about this later.
How To Attract More Bees To Your Garden (And Why Itâ€™s So Important) By Claire Mitchell Posted in the Gardenerâ€™s Corner â€“ 30th June 2019.
Garden pollination by honey bees
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