Beekeeping is a wonderful hobby (or business) that doesn’t necessarily require that you give up your full-time job nor does it demand large amounts of time or money to get started. It’s a fulfilling way to contribute to your community and a wonderful way to spend time with your family and friends.
As part of our extensive Education Center, we’ve provided a lot of educational materials specially for beekeepers with this Beekeeper Resources section. We’ve filled this section with as much practical beekeeping information as we can, so we’d encourage you to bookmark specific pages for easy reference as you move forward. The lessons and the information in this section begin at the basic level and work towards increasingly more advanced concepts. However, we don’t want this to feel like classroom learning! We want you to have a lot of fun as you learn about the wonderful world of beekeeping. To help, we add as many images, videos, charts, tables, and other visual aids as we can to make the learning process more enjoyable.
So DIG IN to the materials in the Beekeepers Resources section below and get started with your beekeeper education. We’re here to help so if you have questions, feel free to send questions to us via any methods on our Contact page.
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Knowing which beekeeping supplies you do and don’t need to get started presents a challenge to many new beekeepers. We understand this and can help provide the information that will help you choose the right supplies.
In addition to this section dedicated specifically to helping beekeepers, we've created our extensive Education Center that provides the best training and information available to help get started on the right foot.
Capturing honey bee swarms is fundamental skill all beekeepers need to know. It’s also essential that while capturing, beekeepers should educate others on the importance of saving bee swarms where possible instead of killing them.
Honey is the #1 product sold by beekeepers and it is likely that as a beekeeper you will you will sell some honey at some point. You need to be know what honey really is and be educated on what you’ll be giving to other people.
Honey bees use a variety of pheromones and other body signals for communication. It's crucial to know what communication your honey bees are using as it will help you know how to respond as the beekeeper.
A challenge for many beekeepers is that few tutorials exist that teach how to be a really effective beekeeper. We know it’s easier to have step-by-step instructions, so we’ve put together these great tutorials to show you how!
We know that our Beekeeper Resources cover a variety of topics and the sheer amount of information can be overwhelming. To help we've compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions designed to provide you with quick answers.
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