Urban beekeeping in New Mexico's largest city.
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Looking for a honey gate to purchase locally for my first attempt at crush/strain honey harvesting. I will have to purchase online if I can't find one local to ABQ. to buy.Thank you - SamContinue
Hi all -Today we went into our top-bar hive expecting to be able to harvest quite a bit of honey. The hive is strong and there is a lot of nectar in the comb but the bars are only partially capped so I didn't feel like I could take any of them.The…Continue
I was curious what some of the beekeepers thought of this idea. Is it detrimental in some way? Is this something we should encourage others to do? It certainly is an easy thing to do to benefit bees. It is possible that children or others may…Continue
We are gifting three hives to a Navajo permaculture farm near Shiprock so they can start an apiary. Please support our Indiegogo campaign, share on social media, and also come to the dedication on October 11th and help out!Here's the link for the…Continue
Started by Joseph Chinnock in Sell/Trade + Donate/Volunteer Sep 30.
I am a volunteer for the Claunch-Pinto Soil & Water Conservation District. We/I don't have any hives but would like to provide educational information about bee keeping/farming etc. We are in search of an experienced bee keeper to present a…Continue
We have two top bar hives in our backyard (separated perhaps by 4 ft) that were peacefully and purposefully collecting nectar side by side all summer. Sunday we came home to find both hives intensely agitated - forming balls of bees on the ground,…Continue
I am moving across the country and there is a great top bar hive on my property that needs a home. Its in the east mountains. I am intensely allergic so cannot move it myselfLet me know at email@example.comContinue