Monthly Archives: August 2019

Second-quarter update from Michael Slivka

Michael was the recipient of the JumpStart grant. This is his second-quarter update. See the first update here. The second quarter of my first year of beekeeping started off slowly but by the end of June, I was busier than, well, the proverbial bee! In April, I acquired and assembled several dozen deep frames for…
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First-quarter update from Michael Slivka

Michael was the recipient of the JumpStart grant. He has sent in some updates that we wanted to post on the website for others to keep up on. The first quarter of my first year of beekeeping was one of learning, preparation, and anticipation. I have been interested in keeping bees for a while. When…
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Beekeeping Tips for August

Original article by Jim Orem and Ginger Davidson, edited by J. Morgan School has started and summer is heading fast to a close. Yet, it can still be hot out and the last thing on our minds is a cold, snowy winter. However, now is the time to start thinking about getting your bees into…
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2019 Young Beekeeper of the Year Award

Applicants must meet the following requirements: Must be a resident of Indiana and currently involved with beekeepingEither the applicant, or a parent, must be a member of The Beekeepers of IndianaMust be recommended by one of the following: any TBoI member, a 4-H leader, Boy/Girl Scout leader, FFA sponsor, teacher or college professor in an…
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