Kelly Kulhanek, Ph.D.Postdoctoral ResearcherHopkins Lab, Washington State University Title: Data-Driven Best Beekeeping Practices for Backyard Beekeepers Kelly completed her doctorate studying honey bee health and management practices in the vanEngelsdorp Bee lab at University of Maryland. Her doctoral work focused on identifying beekeeping management practices to improve colony health and survival. Now a postdoctoral researcher at Washington State University, she focuses on commercial…See More
Tucka's bio: "Bzz! I run about 300 colonies in Upstate NY and South Florida. My business, Tucka Bee LLC, sprung from 100 swarm traps in the south. My primary mentors are Mike Palmer in upstate Vermont and Sam Comfort, creator of the Comfort Hive. I raise about 500-1000 queens per year and also produce a bit of honey and wax. I enjoy standing in swarms, swimming in rivers, and long days queen-catching while my pup lounges in the sun. It's a pirate's life with bees! Zzb.topic: QUEEN TALK!!cell…See More
In order to better educate all beekeepers, Broward and Palm Beach County Beekeepers are sharing all educational zoom meetings. Click the link down below to attend Broward Beekeepers Monthly Zoom presentation around 6:45 PM tonight ! Tina Sebestyen's presentation on "ALL ABOUT THE QUEEN" will be invaluable for beekeepers of all skill levels (this is NOT a discussion about queen rearing). She'll be talking about fat queens, skinny queens, dark queens, blonde queens, young queens, old queens,…See More
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