Beekeeping Connections

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Denver Bee brings international honeybee researchers, authors and experts to town.  Check out their calendar.

http://www.denverbee.org/index.html 

Colorado State Beekeepers Association provides common ground for commercial and hobby beekeepers.  Check out their list of associations to find a group meeting near you.  http://coloradobeekeepers.org/ 

 

Pollinator Friendly Advice

beegraphic121x128BBBSeed can show you how to go native in your own backyard to feed the bees.

http://www.bbbseed.com/

Xerces Society connects you to the latest research about pesticide impacts on pollinators.  Check out their Plant Lists for your region. http://www.xerces.org/

Supplies, Support and Sweet Samplings

beegraphic121x128Too Bee or not Too Bee is a centrally located shop for beekeepers in the Denver area.  The Women Who Bee beekeepers association meets on site.  Check out their selection of beekeeping books while you're there. http://tobeeornottobee.us/

Thanks to Denver Urban Homesteading for inviting Bee Ranch to the Fall 2013 Colorado Honey Festival. Watch their website for info on the Spring 2014 Honey Festival  http://www.denverurbanhomesteading.com/

The National Honey Board will help you find local honey in your neck of the woods and teach you about its benefits and many culinary uses.  Check out Grampa's Gourmet in their Honey Locator section.  http://www.honey.com/