Links to websites and pages that have information on beekeeping
The Honey Bee Health Coalition unveiled a new resource for beekeepers today — an information sheet for hive management decisions related to American Foulbrood (AFB) and European Foulbrood (EFB).
The National Honey Board (NHB) is an industry-funded agriculture promotion group that works to educate consumers about the benefits and uses for honey and honey products through research, marketing and promotional programs.
A great site for beekeeping information, beginner to master beekeeper.
Pennsylvania has a long history with beekeeping, and if you’re new to beekeeping, Penn State Extension has all the information you need to get started.
Teaching Kids About the Importance of Honeybees, link provided by Taylor Martin.
The Beesource Beekeeping website was started in 1997 by a hobbyist beekeeper and became an online community for beekeepers and beekeeping in 1999. It has experienced organic, word of mouth grassroots growth ever since. Today, Beesource.com has over 14,000 registered members and is the most active online beekeeping community of its kind in the world.
Website of Michael Bush, a beekeeper in Nebraska. Although just one beekeepers opinion, it is a very informative site for beekeeping information.
There is an exclusivity among honeybee associations/clubs that is slowly changing as well. The Eastern Apicultural Society and many others have already accepted mason bees as a bee to include in their realm.
A great page with plenty of links to good information!
A great place to get some information about beekeeping and current issues
Dave Cushman created quite simply one of the first websites that would help beekeepers worldwide. A site where they could source good sound information.
Bee Culture Magazine hosts the Kim & Jim Show (Kim Flottum and James E. Tew), webinars
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