The PAm Board and BIP Tech Transfer Teams BBQ and Explore the University of Minnesota Bee Lab
This month the University of Minnesota hosted many extra workers in their hive! Representing beekeeping from coast to coast, Project Apis m.’s Board of Directors made their way to Minnesota for a day-long meeting. It was a great opportunity to visit the new University of Minnesota Bee Lab for a tour, and since the Bee Informed Project also met there for a meeting that day, the three groups made sure to share a happy hour and BBQ afterward! Although we are all often traveling, having ‘beeple’ sit still for a day together just doesn’t happen often enough. Here are some fun photos from the day’s events.
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Kind of like the Beatles, except it’s Bee Bosses- Project Apis m. Directors (hailing from the points on the adjacent map) going for a lunch break and tour of the new University of Minnesota Bee Lab!
The Bee Lab’s ‘red light district’ holds observation hives which can be observed without disturbance using red lights. Ana showed us honey bee and bumble bee nests,
PAm Chairman Pat Heitkam gets a closer look.
From: Marshfield News Herald
Here's a great beekeeper story! An interview and photos of PAm Board member, Doug Hauke who keeps 3000 colonies in Texas and Wisconsin, pollinating almonds and selling honey mostly to breweries!
Read the Article Here
Costco is a champion for honey bee research and forage programs! Check out their July magazine and read all about their partnership with us!
Read the Article in Costco's Magazine.
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