Many new beekeepers learn things the hard way. As a beekeeping instructor, it’s my job to keep my students from meeting this all too common fate! Read on to find out the mistakes I see most o…

OP: Many new beekeepers learn things the hard way. As a beekeeping instructor, it’s my job to keep my students from meeting this all too common fate! Read on to find out the mistakes I see most o…

Great reference book for all things beeswax. It offers a basic introduction to extracting and purifying beeswax, as well as items that can be made with it.

Honey Dipper An Easy Turning Project to build your inventory.:

Honey Dipper - A Woodturning Project

Teds Wood Working Honey Dippers are an Easy Turning Project to build your inventory. A little between center turning to create a sweet tool for your kitchen. - Get A Lifetime Of Project Ideas & Inspiration!

How Hops Can Help Save the Bees from Colony Collapse Disorder

How Hops Can Help Save the Bees

How Hops Can Help Save the Bees from Colony Collapse Disorder --- I have a baby hops plant for eventual home brewing but happy it helps bees too :)

Harvesting Honey From A Comb Using Two Mason Jars » The Homestead Survival

Harvesting Honey from a single honeycomb I want to share with you a very simple method of processing harvested comb from a top bar hive.

The various colors of pollen in a honey bee nest indicate different source plant species.

The various colors of pollen in a honey bee nest indicate different source plant species. Source:mysleepykisser-with-feelings-hid

How to harvest honey from natural comb - SO MANY benefits to natural beekeeping on a small scale

How to Harvest Honey from Natural Bee Comb This interesting method of how to harvest honey from a natural bee comb is about extracting honey from a comb by

Top Bar hive vs. Langstroth comparisons.

An Introduction to the Top Bar Hive Top Bar hive vs. Langstroth comparisons - Top Bar hives allow you to give the bees the ability to free form their honey combs rather than having it prestarted.

Homemade Honey Extractor

Homemade Honey Extractor made with bike wheels. Something about the creative union of bikes and bees feels right, don't it?

How to render beeswax: http://www.berniesbeebuzz.com/beeswax.html

Rendering beeswax step by step. Only one thing to add: use rainwater, not tap water

Some super tips on first time bee keeping and their homes! I can't wait to do this! I love honey for so many reasons!

Stupid-Easy Beekeeping: Part 1

Build Your Own Bottom Boards For Your Beehives

Build Your Own Bottom Boards For Your Beehives

The Viking shares with us this week how easy it is to build your own bottom boards for your bee hives.

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