Bee Intensive Field Day

Saturday April 26th 8am to 3pm, Lawrence County Fair Grounds – 11265 US Hwy. 50 W. – Bedford, IN 47421 - Choose between the beginning beekeeping class, or rotate through 5 workshops! This is a FREE EVENT that includes lunch!

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Garry's Winter Workshop #3 March 2014

Pics from Garry's Winter Workshop March 5, 2014. Lot's of frame building and various other pieces of wooden ware. Since Jason appeared to be caught up on woodenware, he decided to use the day to make a cheese press.


Garry's Winter Workshop #4 March 2014

Pics from Garry's Winter Workshop March 15, 2014. Manufactured were solar wax melters, nucs lids, hive bodies and of course a lot if frame building.


Garry's Winter Workshop #2 February 2014

Another great day in the workshop. Those who braved the weather left rewarded with all the bottom boards, frames and supers they needed. The "bee master's wife" blessed us with bourbon chicken over rice for lunch. Another heartfelt thanks goes out to Garry for helping other beekeepers realize their goals on making things themselves!


Kids Library Program

Shannon Tschaenn teaches bees during a Beekeeping Kindergarten program Saturday, Jan. 18, at Lawrenceburg Public Library. The program was sponsored by the Southeastern Indiana Beekeepers Association.


Bee Cleansing FLights = Yellow Rain

When the bees are penned up in the hives so long due to cold weather, the first decent day allows them to get out and defecate. Sometimes, we call it 'Yellow Rain.'


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Did you know that bees visit thousands of plants and weed species for the collection of pollen, playing a critical role in the pollenation of plants, trees and our gardens. Here is a growing collection of photos along with notes from our own members.  View the galleries now.

Bee Identification Guide

Need help understanding the difference between a honeybee and other common bees? It's important to know what kind of bees you have before calling a beekeeper to come and get them! Click here to see some photos and hear our commentary.