Our first beekeeping course of the year will be on March 19th in Jackson, MS. Check out the Events page on our blog site to download a copy of the registration form. Details of the workshop, directions and contact information are listed on the form. YOU MUST BE REGISTERED TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP. This is a first-come, first-serve event, so get your registration forms in early. Call before you walk-in to be sure we have seats if you are planning to register on site.
See you there!
Attention Beekeepers! The MSU Bee Research Unit needs your help! We are needing a new apiary location for about 25 colonies that is no more than 15 miles from MSU campus. The location must be accessible by truck and preferably somewhere out of view from high traffic roads. A treeline would be preferable, and we will be handling all the apiary prep and upkeep (mowing, trimming branches, etc.), so there will be no maintenance issues associated with the use of this land. The apiary area does not need to be large, but should be away from animals or residences so as not to create liability issues. We will be working these bees frequently throughout the year. If you have a place to accommodate us, please contact Jeff Harris (email@example.com) or Audrey Sheridan (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are hoping to move bees out by early March.
An out of state beekeeper is looking to purchase 200 frames of brood for colonies he is bringing down this spring. He will be needing bees by the end of March If there is anyone in Mississippi who can fill this order, please contact:
Phillip Raines at (815) 988-3766