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Honeybees around the country are collapsing at an alarming rate. The season of 2012-2013 is shaping up to be the worst year in history for honeybee colony die offs since the USDA began keeping annual records. Pesticides, diseases and pests are weakening the nations honeybees and putting the country’s food supply at risk.
Our mission at Beverly Bees is to help increase the local honeybee population through our Host A Hive program, promote awareness of the plight of the honeybee through Educational Talks to Schools and Community Groups, and to foster good stewardship and understanding of honeybees through our Adopt A Hive and Mentoring programs. We share knowledge about sustainable, organic and treatment free beekeeping on our Beekeeping Blog, relocate wayward bee colonies with our Bee Removal Service and sell Raw Local Honey to the community. If you are just starting out your beekeeping hobby be sure to check out our Beginner Beekeepers Guide to learn more about keeping bees.
Some popular items on the website include - Host A Honeybee Hive, Planting A Bee Friendly Garden, How To Autopsy a Dead Hive, and Painting a Bee Hive. To find out more about Treatment Free Beekeeping click here. For more information on Top Bar Hives click here.
Looking for Beekeeping How-To’s and DIY’s? Just mouse over the How To button on the top menu for beekeeping instructional posts with both Top Bar and Langstroth Hives.
For those wanting a little more hands on experience we offer an Adopt A Hive program, which gives you your very own hive with bees as well as a number of hands on beekeeping education visits. For more information contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you already own a hive, but you need help with the bees, we also offer a Bee Mentoring service which includes a number of visits to help you with your hive. For more information please contact me at email@example.com.