|Here are some of our favorite links.
- American Beekeeping Federation
- Bee Hacker - This site explores the confluence of beekeeping and technology. It is targeted at the amateur and professional:
- beekeeper or bee lover
- scientist, engineer, inventor, DIYer
The primary goal is to develop new, Open Source technologies that can benefit the honey bee and everyone else that benefits from the honey bee. That would be everyone. It is organized loosely around several projects in various stages of progress. I encourage anyone to contribute to new or existing projects.
Explore each of the projects described then browse the postings and comments. Nearly every image is a link to a larger image. Then peruse the postings and comments. Finally, subscribe to the RSS. There will not be nearly as many postings as most blogs.
- Beverly Bees - Backyard beekeeping for the love of bees and honey. This Massachusetts beekeeper has lots of how-to information.
- Hive registry form for Washington state
- Honey Bee Suite - A better way to bee
- Honey Royalty - Follow the Honey Queen and Princess
- How you can help bees - This site is to help raise awareness of how important bees are to our food supply, their plight and what anyone can do to help.
- North American Pollinator Protection Campaign
- Pollen source - Wikipedia
- Pollinator Conservation Resource Center - The Pollinator Conservation Resource Center is where you can find regional information about plant lists, habitat conservation guides, and more.
- Pollinator Partnership
- Revised miticide regulations
- The Bee Vlog
- Washington state pollen report
- Xerces Society - The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. For over forty years, the Society has been at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of citizens to implement conservation programs.
- Bliss Honeybees - Good beekeeping information along with information about their annual West Coast Treatment-Free Beekeeping Conference.
- The Practical Beekeeper - Michael Bush is one of the leading proponents of treatment-free beekeeping. His site provides a wealth of information about beekeeping in general and treatment-free beekeeping in particular. He has published all of the material in his several books online, as well.
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