Bee Kills – Reporting
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Bee Kills – Reporting

How to Report Bee Kills The experience of finding your bees dead in piles is devastating. One tempting response is to withdraw from a hobby that causes such a painful experience. Another response is to recognize that – as stewards of our environment – much work remains to be done and that courageous individuals can make a difference.Before there can be any legislation to protect honey bees, there must be evidence that bee kills occur with enough regularity to enact legislation in the first place. That is why beekeepers should report all bee kills at state and federal levels.In the…

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Great Georgia Pollinator Census August 20-21, 2021
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Great Georgia Pollinator Census August 20-21, 2021

Citizen Science at WorkAugust 21st and 22nd of 2020, citizens of Georgia will be conducting the second statewide pollinator census.This includes YOU if you live in Georgia! You will want to be a part of pollinator history!Ten Steps in Participating in the Great Georgia Pollinator Census: Look at the Insect Counting & Identification Guide to become familiar with how to identify the insects you will see. Choose a favorite pollinator plant in your garden. This should be a plant that you have noticed attracts insects! Print out a counting sheet, find a pencil, grab a comfortable chair and a cool drink.…

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Hive Inspections
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Hive Inspections

Hive Inspection Program UPDATETo keep our members healthy and safe, in-person hive inspections will be limited to a small number where social distancing can be practiced. Zoom virtual hive inspections are being led by Linda Tillman. See below to register.28 Feb 2021 Join Us in a Hive Inspection at a Mentoring Apiary MABA Hive Inspections are a valuable opportunity for members to go through a hive with an experienced beekeeper at one of our Mentoring Apiaries in the Atlanta area. These events are free for MABA members. The non-member fee is $15.https://youtu.be/_yPqz69_25gSpecial thanks to Shannon Henson for creating this video…

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Buy Local Honey & Hive Products / Services
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Buy Local Honey & Hive Products / Services

The following is a list of Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Club members that sell honey as well as other products of the hive. We do hope you will patronize our members who have worked hard to produce these products from their bees.If you are a MABA member and you wish to have your honey bee products listed here, please fill out this form. There is no extra charge for this membership benefit.

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