Urban beekeeping in New Mexico's largest city.
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Wild Friends is in the final stages of passing a very important Memorial at the Legislature this week which would label pollinator friendly plants with local nurseries and growers in New Mexico. See below for a message from Sue George, UNM director…Continue
Started by Anita Amstutz in News + Announcements 18 hours ago.
We have some exciting changes occurring for Zia Queenbees and for us as individuals. For more info on what those changes are, and 2017 bee availability- visit our website blog at…Continue
Started by Melanie Margarita Kirby in Sell/Trade + Donate/Volunteer on Wednesday.
Hey guys & gals, this is Page, Phill's wife. As some of you know and a few don't my husband Phill has recently had a stroke. I've done some research on Stroke Therapy, and have noticed that there is a number of ways that (VR - Virtual Reality)…Continue
Started by Melanie Margarita Kirby in News + Announcements on Wednesday.
A friend is looking to host hives on his property in exchange pollination.He owns several acres in south Belen and he and his neighbors have noticed a lack of bees in the area, and a poor setting of fruit last year.If you are looking a healthy,…Continue
Started by Michael A. Taylor in Sell/Trade + Donate/Volunteer on Wednesday.
We are always looking for new speakers. Do you have a topic you would like to present at the ABQ Beeks meeting? Perhaps you have crafted a unique beekeeping tool, or come up with a new way of doing a beekeeping chore, or you've read an excellent…Continue
ABQ Beekeeper colleagues, I am a novice; this was my first winter as a beekeeper and I had what I thought was a strong hive going into winter and had left them lots of honey [15+ bars]. Over the last week I noticed some coming and going from the…Continue