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Beekeeping in the Northwest

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  • Thu, Apr 02, 2015 - 01:21pm

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    henryse

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    Beekeeping in the Northwest

Where is a good place to learn how to become a beekeeper in the Northwest?

Thanks,

Henry

  • Sun, Jun 14, 2015 - 10:26pm

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    Thetallestmanonearth

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    Most area’s have a local bee

Most area's have a local bee club that meets in a back room at a library or community center. I attend one in Stanwood and it's been a great resource.  I've met other people in the area who are excited to help me learn.  Bee Keeping for Dummies is a surprisingly good resource too.  If you're near Snohomish County, Beez Kneez Apiary supply puts on classes through the WSU extension office.  I took it and learned a lot.  Even if you don't have time for the classes just stopping in at their shop is worth it.

  • Mon, Jun 15, 2015 - 02:02am

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    robie robinson

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    This fellow has been a

big influence in my "style?" of bee keeping.

http://bushfarms.com/bees.htm

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