Tag Archives: July 2017

A Bee Yard Mystery

By Ron Lane The early spring days in the bee yard often bring surprises, turning the apiary into an excellent outdoor classroom.   If the beekeeper is observant and willing to follow clues left by the bees, it would be a … Continue reading

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Reports from the Road – The Hermiston Swing

By Andony Melathopoulos, OSU Assistant Professor – Pollinator Health Extension The Oregon Bee Project headed to Hermiston and Milton Freewater on the 19-21 June to meet growers and beekeepers to get a better sense of the pollinator initiatives and need … Continue reading

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Central Oregon – June 2017

By Andony Melathopoulos, OSU Assistant Professor – Pollinator Health Extension Hybrid carrot seed production is one of the biggest honey bee pollination events in Oregon, involving almost 10,000 of the state’s honey bee colonies. Beekeepers began moving bees into fields … Continue reading

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What’s Happening in the Hive – July 2017

By Paul Watts, certified Apprentice Beekeeper and current Journey student in the Oregon Master Beekeeper program It’s early July and the local blackberry blush in is just about complete – the flowers have dropped off and new berries are forming. … Continue reading

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