INTERESTING LINKS:

Supplies

www.dadant.com  Equipment and American Bee Journal Information

www.airoot.com Equipment and Bee Culture Information

www.brushymountainbeefarm.com Brushy Mountain Bees and Bee supplies

www.mannlakeltd.com Mann Lake Bees and Bee supplies

www.jonesapiaries.com Ted and Becky Jones, suppliers of labels, honey, bees and pollination.  Support our local Connecticut beekeepers.

www.betterbee.com Better Bee – Supplies from nearby Greenwich, NY.

Beekeeping Clubs

www.backyardbeekeepers.com The Backyard Beekeepers Association, Fairfield County, CT

www.massarofarm.orgA community supported farm in Woodbridge, CT.

www.adirondackbees.org, Southern Adirondack Beekeepers Association (SABA).

http://www.massbee.org/meetings.shtml Massachusetts Beekeepers Association.

Information

www.doacs.state.fl.us/pi/plantinsp/apiary/apiary.htmlFlorida State Agriculture, Apiary site, Tyson Emery.

Research

http://maarec.cas.psu.edu  Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium.  Great information, downloadable .PDF files and current research updates.  Dr. Dewey Caron who spoke at our Spring 2001 meeting is affiliated here.

http://gears.tucson.ars.ag.gov/ Carl Hayden Bee Research Center, Tuscon AZ.

http://www.ars.usda.gov/main/site_main.htm?modecode=62040000 The mission of the Beneficial Insects Research Unit (BIRU) is (1) to develop scientific knowledge and biologically based technology that will enhance the role of natural enemies in managing key insect pests and weeds, and (2) to develop technology for managing honey bees in the presence of Africanized honey bees, parasitic mites and other pests.

http://www.loganbeelab.usu.edu/ Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory, Logan UT. Our mission is to conduct research of international scope which emphasizes pollination management challenges and the development of a diversified and stable pollinator base for U.S. agriculture and the environment.

Connecticut Links

http://www.cfba.org  The Connecticut Farm Bureau. Farm Bureau is a non-profit, membership organization. For more than 80 years Farm Bureau has been promoting and preserving agriculture, and protecting the rights of farmers and landowners. Farm Bureau invites all farmers, as well as non-farmers to become members and be part of “The Voice of Agriculture”.

http://www.caes.state.ct.us The Connecticut Agricultural Experimental Station.  Our state bee inspector is funded through this organization and they have been very supportive of the Connecticut Beekeepers Association.

General Links

www.abfnet.org American Beekeeping Federation; A national organization representing all beekeepers from 1 hive in the backyard to the largest migratory operation.

http://www.easternapiculture.org/ The Eastern Apiculture Society – Bring beekeepers of the northeast together.

http://www.americanhoneyproducers.org The American Honey Producers association is an organization dedicated to promoting the common interest and general welfare of the American Honey Producer.

 

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