Though I have had a blog for several years, my efforts here are a small rekindling of my interest in this format. I will be posting more PowerPoint PDF files and short Video files on this medium and will be using this site more for general bee-related discussions. Look in the pull down menu for my preliminary efforts.
If I can maintain my focus and direction, I hope to use this medium to communicate with beekeepers in a more efficient manner while I grow more competent in the electronic bee community.
The pictured beekeeper is James E. Tew, 43 years ago, working his first hive at the Auburn University apiary. As a brand new beekeeper, I wore canvas gloves, an Alexander Veil, and taped my pant cuffs. I was crazy for bees. I still am.
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Dr. Tew, I am trying to locate your power point presentation: ‘An Overview of Queens and Simple Queen Production’ that you referenced in an article you wrote (The Colony Queen – An Overview) for the April 2011 issue of Bee Culture. I tried the long URL you gave at the end of the article but could not locate it. I am also somewhat computer challenged and it may just be an entry error on my part. I used the honeybeelab.com address and got this far. I am president of our local bee club here in Onslow county (Jacksonville, NC) and am trying to make a talk on simple ways to raise queens without grafting. Our club does not have a website yet, only a facebook page facebook.com/onslowcountybeekeepers. I really enjoy your articles in Bee Culture.