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April 2017 beelines

April 2017 BeeLines is online

The April edition of the BeeLines newsletter is available online. It includes information about the Kentucky Queen Bee Breeders, educational videos and presentations available for organizations and others to use, the State Apiarist’s report, a list of upcoming bee schools, and much more. Past BeeLine newsletters can be downloaded from the […]


Update on the KSBA Buy Local page

By: Shannon Trimboli The Buy Local page on the Kentucky State Beekeepers Association’s website is off to a great start! It was officially launched on February 5, 2017. The page currently showcases honey bee related products and services offered by almost 70 of our members representing 45 different counties in Kentucky. […]

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How Long Have You Been a Beekeeper?

By Shannon Trimboli Last month I started a new series consisting of a monthly survey to help us learn more about each other. Typically the survey will run for about a few weeks to a month and then I’ll report the results to everyone. The first survey was about when […]

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2017 Spring Meeting Report

By: John Benham The 2017 spring meeting of the Kentucky State Beekeepers Association was held at the Boyd County Fairgrounds in Ashland, KY on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Over 80 beekeepers and soon to “bee” beekeepers attended. Our speakers did an excellent job of providing programs that were informative and […]


March 2017 BeeLines is online

The March edition of the BeeLines newsletter is available online. It includes information about the Mann Lake EAS Master Beekeeper Scholarship, a summary of articles about resources the Pollinators Stewardship Council offers beekeeping organizations, the State Apiarist’s report, a list of upcoming bee schools, and much more. Past BeeLine newsletters can […]

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Opportunity to Participate in the Bee Informed National Management Survey for 2016-2017

By Shannon Trimboli The Bee Informed Partnership will be conducting its 2016-2017 National Management Survey from April 1-30, 2017. Beekeepers from across the U.S. are encouraged to participate in the survey. To participate, go to https://beeinformed.org/participate/. An interactive map of the U.S. displaying results from previous years can be found at https://bip2.beeinformed.org/geo/. […]