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Favourite Beekeeping Websites


www.beesource.com - largest beekeeping forum on the net, many expert beekeepers.

www.honeybeesuite.com - some excellent tips in the “how to section,” and an entertaining blog.


http://bees.library.cornell.edu/b/bees/browse.html - massive free online collection of bee books, lots of old classics!

http://strathconabeekeepers.blogspot.com.au/p/the-beekeepers-library.html#basicbeekeeping - this site has a pretty comprehensive collection of links to articles, powerpoint presentations, webinars, software, videos and books on bee related subjects like bees, plants, farming, insecticides and beekeeping.


I did not know about the cornell.edu site. It is amazing!


I love Cornell’s site. I have some classic books online and they have been typed so they are more readable and searchable. In particular I did queen rearing books that I was having trouble finding at the time. When I finally found originals, I wanted to help others who might not find them…


You will find:
Jay Smith (both of his queen rearing books)
Isaac Hopkins (queen rearing from two different editions of his Australasian Bee Manual)
C.C. Miller
G.M. Doolittle
Henry Alley
François Huber


UC Davis has an excellent site.


Events are more for local Northern Californians, but there is a lot of content available on the site as well.