An Introduction to Beekeeping
Did you know there are up to 80,000 bees living and working in every bee hive? That is a lot of honey! Learn how you can become a backyard beekeeper and reap the benefits of having these friends buzzing around.
How to Render Beeswax from Honeycomb
This post my contain affiliate links. Thank you for your support! When we started beekeeping this spring, I knew one of the benefits would be harvesting our own beeswax. I looked forward to the day I wouldn’t have to buy beeswax to use in our homemade lip balm and dandelion salve. What I didn’t know …
A Guide to Beginner Beekeeping - The Paleo Mama
Ready to get started in beekeeping? This post will show answer the common questions around beginner beekeeping and give you tips to get started!
Bumblebee Species of Britain print
Every bumblebee species found in Britain illustrated in watercolour, with a border showing the best flowers to plant for bees in the spring,...
First year beekeeping - Scientific Beekeeping
Updated 2 June 2020. I continually update this page, so please refer to the current version. For mite treatment options, search “Varroa Mite Management” Beekeeping in a Nutshell I’ve attempted to distill 50 year’s of beekeeping experience into a short set of instructions for starting out with bees in the Sierra Foothills. This page provides […]
Tips on How to Properly Label Honey Jars
Honey is one of the oldest sweeteners on Earth People discovered its benefits thousands and thousands of years ago after which they began...
Harvesting The Honey
Obviously the whole reason to set up, maintain, and stock a beehive is to harvest honey. You will know that it is time to harvest the honey when you look