Urban beekeeping in New Mexico's largest city.
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Started by Raymond Espinoza in News + Announcements 1 hour ago.
With January 1, 2015 right around the corner its a great time of the year to sit down and begin planning for Spring 2015. Here are 7 things things to think about and begin working on to meet your Bee Keeping goals for spring 2015.1. First and…Continue
Started by Raymond Espinoza in How to Start Beekeeping in Albuquerque yesterday.
Although they may not speak a human language, the honeybees transmit valuable messages that can help transform human society and its relations with nature. This short documentary explores the honeybees' form of communicating with humans and what…Continue
Started by Scarlet Blossom in How to Start Beekeeping in Albuquerque Dec 10.
Hi Folks,Seasons Greetings from Us to You,I have had several people ask where to Buy Bees and thought you might be interested in knowing that we are currently taking 2015 pre-paid orders for 3 Lb Honey Bee Packages, 4 Frame Nucs and a very limited…Continue
Started by Raymond Espinoza in Sell/Trade + Donate/Volunteer Dec 8.
Does anyone have local honey that they are selling now? I should have picked up what I needed at the Food Fest at the Gutierrez House, but didn't realize I needed it then. Thanks.Continue
The NMBKA nominating committee is seeking nominations for the 2015 Board of Directors. If you know of someone that you would like to nominate for one of the board positions please let me know. Our board consists of :President Jessie Brown, who…Continue
Started by Dave Ellis in News + Announcements Dec 2.
While checking the sugar water in my hives yesterday, I discovered many (20-30) yellow jackets inside one of the hives. I have removed the sugar water which was a clear attractant. I also reduced the door opening, but still yellow jackets…Continue