Keeping bees can be a rewarding and profitable business or a fulfilling hobby. Take advantage of this hands-on opportunity to learn how to set up and maintain your own apiary. Explore building a beehive, installing a bee nucleus and a package of bees, harvesting honey, controlling disease and mites, requeening a hive, setting up a pollen trap, and managing a bee apiary year-round. Time permitting, explore applications such as making beeswax candles.
Virginia Webb is a third-generation beekeeper. She has worked with beekeepers in almost every state and has traveled to Europe and the Caribbean teaching beekeeping for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Teaching others about honeybees and their role in agriculture is an important service that she has provided for over fifty years. Her sourwood honey has been awarded the title of "Best Honey in the World" four times by the World Honey Show; she is the only individual to have received this award more than once. Virginia has also achieved three Master Beekeeper's certifications. She is a full-time commercial beekeeper in north Georgia.
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