This spring, my bees and I experienced the closest of dangers with raging wildfires in the southern Rockies. The fire, which started as a “controlled” burn, turned quite the opposite and merged with another “controlled” burn.
You question, why do I need to join anything besides my local club? So let’s take a look at the different organizations, what the benefits are from each one and then you’ll have the information you need to make an informed decision.
Tropilaelaps is an emerging threat to honey bee health and beekeeping. Know your beekeeping goals, do your research and have a plan in place. Read, watch and listen to the science on Tropilaelaps. Understand its’ life cycle, why it parasitizes honey bees, when we can expect it, and how to mitigate for it before it arrives.
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