[permaculture] [Fwd: [SANET-MG] Organic Bee Keeping Event - FYI]
rhonda.b at insightbb.com
Thu Apr 26 08:42:34 EDT 2007
This brings up a question. Well, as a complete novice the questions are
endless. It seems there should be more beekeepers in communities, but how
many? Can there be too many colonies in an area?
And, second, I have always been interested in bee-keeping, but I am allergic
to bee stings. My reactions up to now have been non-life-threatening, but
you never know. Should I stay completely away from bee-keeping, or does
anyone have experience or knowledge of others that keep bees anyway?
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Subject: [permaculture] [Fwd: [SANET-MG] Organic Bee Keeping Event - FYI]
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Subject: [SANET-MG] Organic Bee Keeping Event - FYI
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 01:06:38 -0700
From: Carl DuPoldt <cdupoldt at YAHOO.COM>
To: SANET-MG at LISTS.IFAS.UFL.EDU
Here's an organic bee keeping event that may be of interest to some of you.
*Pfeiffer Center Organic Beekeeping Workshop, Chestnut Ridge, NY.
Workshop presented by Gunther Hauk for active beekeepers as well as
beginners including a hands-on session. Lots of practical advice &
demonstrations. Optional Beginner Session, Apr 27 - This will provide a
very basic introduction to the hive and the honeybee & is recommended
for those with little practical experience in beekeeping. Email,
beework at pfeiffercenter.org <mailto:beework at pfeiffercenter.org>, call
845-352 5020 ext.20 or visit www.pfeiffercenter.org
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