Newsletters and Magazines
Bee Culture Magazine
The Magazine of American Beekeeping.
Brushy Mountain Beekeeping
Visit their Resources home page.
See all the Beekeeping ‘Webinar’ videos that they offer.
Kelley Bee News
Answering your questions is a major part of why we’re here, and we love being able to help you decide what to do with a struggling hive, which size deeps are best for you, or whether you have a varroa issue. There’s a lot to beekeeping, and our knowledge grows as we help you. We’re sharing this knowledge with a new electronic newsletter, full of seasonal information, answers to frequently asked questions, and even a bit of humor about the hives. We’ve tapped experts to answer your questions and look forward to your feedback to make this newsletter a helpful publication for you.
Mann Lake Ltd. Newsletter
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National/State Organizations Web Sites:
The National Honey Board
Located at: 11409 Business Park Cir, Ste 210, Firestone, CO 80504, the National Honey Board is a federal research and promotion board under USDA oversight that conducts research, marketing and promotion programs to help maintain and expand markets for honey and honey products. (Also visit the Honey Locator Web, a site built and maintained by the National Honey Board. It is a Web site database of honey producers, packers and importers who have formally requested their inclusion in this service by completing an application.)
Ohio Department of Agriculture Apiary Section
The state of Ohio Apiary Program coordinates the state and county inspection services that help to ensure a healthy beekeeping industry.
OARDC Honey Bee Lab
The state of Ohio and The Ohio State University have a long beekeeping history. In 1975, the Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) became part of the OSU beekeeping program with the curriculum addition of the Beekeeping Technology Program. Currently the OSU Extension Bee Lab is administrated by OSU Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC).
Eastern Apicultural Society
The Eastern Apicultural Society of North America, Inc. (EAS) is an international non-profit educational organization founded in 1955 for the promotion of bee culture, education of beekeepers, and excellence in bee research. EAS is the largest non-commercial beekeeping organization in the United States and one of the largest in the world.
National Honey Board
Resources, on the National Honey Board Web site, primarily for members of the honey industry: honey packers, honey importers and honey producers (beekeepers).
American Beekeeping Federation
The ABF is a national organization with about 1,000 members that continually works in the interest of all beekeepers, large or small, and those associated with the industry to ensure the future of the honey bee. Our members share a common interest to work toward better education and information for all segments of the industry in the hope of increasing our chances for survival in today’s competitive world.
Heartland Apiculture Society
Heartland Apicultural Society was founded in 2001 by Greg Hunt (Entomology, Purdue University) and Tom Webster (Researcher, Kentucky State University). It is the Beekeeping Society of the Kentucky-Tennessee region of the United States.
Ohio State Beekeeping:
The tradition of beekeeping history in Ohio is reflected in the membership and past membership of OSBA. We would be happy to have you visit our pages.
Central Ohio Bee Organizations/Events
East Central Ohio Beekeepers
The East Central Ohio Beekeepers Association exist to support Beekeeping in the East Central Ohio area (Fairfield, Licking, Muskingum and Perry Counties), including providing our membership with educational opportunities, updates on current Beekeeping information and to promote public awareness abou the important benefits of Beekeeping to our food supply.
Information about the 2014 Lithopolis Honeyfest, to be held September 12 & 13 , 2014.
Scioto Valley Beekeepers Association
The Scioto Valley Beekeepers is dedicated to assisting current and future beekeepers in Pickaway County and the surrounding areas in Ohio.
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