Monthly Archives: March 2018

Beekeeping Tips for April

Original article by Jim Orem and Ginger Davidson, revised by J. Morgan The overriding objective is for all colonies to be queen-right, healthy, and well-nourished so they can build up to maximum populations for the onset of the areas major nectar flow. Here is southeast Indiana, we see black locust (locus blossom) as our largest crop…
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Seed a Legacy: Pollinator Habitat Program

BISMARCK, North Dakota (February 26, 2018) – Midwest landowners who want to help honey bees and monarch butterflies have a unique opportunity through The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund’s SEED A LEGACY Pollinator Habitat Program. The updated program expanded in 2018 to include 11 states. Landowners and beekeepers work together to provide cost-effective, high-quality pollinator…
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