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Well folks I'm stepping away from the bee business. It was an interesting and exciting run but life keeps moving and you have to keep up with it or get left behind.

I'll still be keeping bees on my own and for the foreseeable future, I'll still be teaching beekeeping and native bee classes at Lauritzen Gardens and Metro Community College.

The Beehooligans pages and website will be closing down or have already been shut down by end of this next week.

Keep in touch and don't forget that if you're not having fun beekeeping, you're doing it wrong.

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Well, even though I'm under the weather today, I've still gotten a few things done. like adding to the Bee Smart beekeeping project website by listing all of the classes I currently offer on the Bee Classes page and updating the front page to list the presentations and booth displays I make available to the public.

You too can bring the Bee Smart beekeeping project edutainment world to your location and learn more about bee conservation, beekeeping and bees of all kinds.

Just head over to http://beesmart.bbe-tech.com and look at the main page for more details.

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(ROMÂNĂ/ENGLISH)

SALVAREA UNUI STUP CARE A RĂMAS FĂRĂ MATCĂ (CC ENG) ➡️ https://youtu.be/XPXFTjSNn6k

SAVING A HIVE THAT REMAINED WITHOUT ITS QUEEN (ENGLISH TRANSLATION) ➡️ https://youtu.be/XPXFTjSNn6k

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Finished the lids for these bee catch boxes.  Ready to start another batch.
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5/18/18
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After the brain sweat this morning, I went out and got physical picking up donated fence materials for the teaching apiary at Scatter Joy Acres.
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5/15/18
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Bee a patron of bee conservation. Relocate not exterminate. Get your luv for bees on when you support Bee Smart on Patreon.

www.patreon.com/Beesmart

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Doing professional bee conservation, bee education, and beekeeper training in a new, creative way and I'd love to have your help.

https://youtu.be/lnnb0eENy_4

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Say hello to "Lucille". She's a new swarm colony that was rescued yesterday near 128th & West Center Rd. She will be the first hive moving into the teaching apiary at Scatter Joy Acres.

I usually name new colonies after girl's names in rock songs. Since these are going to the ranch, we'll use names from country-western songs. This "Lucille" is named after the one in the Kenny Rogers song.
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5/9/18
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