April 7, 2017 Where are the best places to locate a beehive in your backyard? Veteran beekeeper, Glen Andresen, shares practical advice about the art of taking care of honeybees. This is an excerpt from a longer video (see Beekeeping Basics: Getting Started). In this video, Andresen talks about where to place your honeybee hives […]
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In this bi-weekly newsletter, an interview with Katrina Blair, a story about honeybees, what you may have missed on social media posts and our blog.
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In this video, 2 beekeepers demonstrate how to collect a wild honeybee swarm comprising about 7000 honeybees. A swarm is the natural mechanism for bees to divide the colony in order to find a new home.
A few images of Lynn Royce with her honeybees. Royce is a entomologist and expert on honeybees.
Portland beekeeper and instructor discusses the beekeeping basics and considerations to start raising honeybees in your own backyard beehive.