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This Web Application is for beekeepers to help each other bee better beekeepers.

Bee keeping has many complex issues that we as bee keepers find our selves enmeshed in. Disease and its control. equipment, law and politics, education, more disease control, Pollination practices, Marketing. And it goes on.

Feed the Bees

Feed The Bees link to find out more about feeding bees. We are preparing for presentation a series of workshop and talks on this subject.

Plants to Feed Bees

Added more plants to the Plant database

Bees Need your help

Join our site and find out how you can help. All money collected is directed to bees, research and education of the public and beekeepers. Join protect our bees. If you would like to help please click here We accept PayPal, Bitcoin, and steem.

Bee sure to check our up and coming workshops click here

We now have 4 frame nucs for order.

We are pleased to announce that we have worked out availability and price with our members to offer 4 frame nucs for order. These nucs are produced by beemaster.ca members or selected outside suppliers.

Numbers are limited. Please act quickly to ensure you get yours. Order at.

This week with the bees.

Why we recommend feeding bees!

  1. Ensure adequate feed for the bees.
  2. We ensure that the majority of available feed is free from chemicals
  3. As we want the new comb they will draw is free from chemicals. Feeding will help to reduce contamination. It will also ensure that there is always feed to draw the comb once they start. Feed interruption will lead to misshaped comb.

Thursday

We will load he bees we need for the Anu Collective Bee worship this weekend. Setup camp and stage the bees .

Friday

We will be setting up for Saturday’s Beekeeping workshop.

Saturday Bee Workshop

Yard Selection and Setup Workshop

We will setup the Unu Collective Bee yard. The Yard will bee set up for integrating I into the garden area. The yard is a permanent teaching yard for beekeeping. Yard storage small workshop. Mating yard.Breeder yard. Main yard. Equipment. This will be a full day event.

Sunday Bee Workshop

Introduction Of the bees to their new home

. Setting up your workstation. Evaluating the bees. Hive Evaluation of the brood! Each time visit the bees we will go through every frame in the hive looking at and recording in our database what we see. As we will be removing bees, brood and resources from each hive. These also will be recorded. Introduction to stock production. Record keeping. Apiary management.

Tuesday

Today is crunching the data we collected from last visits stats. From this we will build/repair equipment to fill the need. We will also be prepaing the equipment and suppies for the Anu Collective workshops on the may long weekend. We will be preparing for site selection and setup. Nuc creation and introduction, basic queen rearing and hive evaluation.

Wednesday

Catching queens. Making nucs

Anu Beekeeping Series June Sunday June 2

Our Biweekly Beekeeping workshop. We will cover Brood evaluation, Swarm control, Stock production, Equipment maintenance.

Join us for these and other workshops!

Click there workshop link and reserve your spot

This Web Application is for beekeepers to help each other bee better beekeepers.

Click the Sustainable Agriculture link to find out more about sustainable farming.

Bee keeping has many complex issues that we as bee keepers find our selves enmeshed in. Disease and its control. equipment, law and politics, education, more disease control, Pollination practices, Marketing. And it goes on.

2019 workshops!

Workshops in main links. click here. Book early to hold your set. Join us in our adventure in sustainable beekeeping. Remember to check the calendar.

Early Spring Evaluation

We will be providing equipment and feeds to obtain the population leaves of your base operations. I you are a breeder and looking maximize your bees and brood you will be feeding pollen patties, combs of honey and/or sugar. If your interest is pollination and/or honey production you will want to be cautious about build in too much brood or you will have swarming problems. Your goals are to have just the right number of brood and bees for an easy stress free season. Our spring workshops cover these principals in action.

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