In 1940, a Protection Act was passed for the Bald and Golden Eagles. These skyward scavengers suffered from DDT exposure … Continue reading To save the Bees: we must first save the Wildflowers
If you have not heard the latest then here it is- there’s a new children’s picture book coming out soon. … Continue reading Teach children the Way of the Bee
When it comes to how-to books, I’m a BIG fan. Especially when they’re beekeeping books, and there’s plenty of them. … Continue reading New series of books coming to beekeeping: The Mentor Series
We’ve all heard that bigger is better. Well, sometimes it is. Bigger fruit, bigger nuts, better crops. When my wife … Continue reading Persimmons and Hazelnuts: Bigger is Better when it comes to pollination.
There are several sounds that a beekeeper loves to hear and one that they do not. The sound that beekeepers … Continue reading Weeds are Wildflowers, let them Bee. Part 2
Most people do not realize the abundant variety of wildflowers that honey bees will forage from. Many of these wildflowers … Continue reading Weeds are Wildflowers, let them Bee. Part 1
So I live in the North Central Georgia Mountains just inside of Union County. One of the most unique varieties … Continue reading Mystery honey crop: Have you ever heard of Millet Honeydew?