In response to another one of those “you treatment free cooks…” posts, I put together some text and a lot of links to real facts (below). It’s hard to see folks claim to be scientists, and spend a considerable amount of time on a ‘pretty article’ that turns out to be little more than an… Read more »
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Swarm season is right around the corner. Are you ready?
At least here in Western North Carolina, bees are in such high demand in the spring, it’s very difficult to get all you need from local sources. This year, I’m determined to be ready for the swarm season when it comes around in early spring. With any luck, I’ll be able to entice some feral… Read more »
2018 Buncombe County Bee School
I’m teaching a section in the Buncombe County Bee School again this year. One notable difference is that the Buncombe County Bee Club has completely re-vamped the curriculum and format. This year the beginner oriented school includes a significant hands on component with breakout sessions that give you direct, small group access to the instructors–most of… Read more »