Take a step outside your comfort zone and connect with other beekeepers at your local bee club. Here are some of the ways you’ll improve.
Many beekeepers take advantage of fall and winter to make use of harvested products. Here are instructions for making candles in jars from beeswax.
This less glamorous side of beekeeping is sometimes the most important. Fall is a good time for cleaning clothing, equipment and supers.
A few relatively easy chores now can set the stage for your bees’ success in the seasons to come. Here are basic fall maintenance tasks.
Navigate the wrath of yellow jackets — aggressive insects that can each sting multiple times — by understanding seasonal changes in their behavior.
Beekeepers and outdoor enthusiasts will probably get stung at some point. Here are the first things to do after a sting (and if you’re allergic, see an allergist before it happens)