Last Saturday was the second annual Backyard Beekeepers Association field trip, where lots of new and experienced beekeepers gathered to inspect a variety of hives and beekeeping techniques in commercial and hobby bee yards.
BeeManiacs was featured as one of the field trip destinations. We checked foundation-less Langstroth frames as well as Top Bar hives, followed by a honey extraction demonstration by Ari Jr and Maria.
We have been carrying some Mann Lake products at our BeeManiacs store, but we just took it to the next level. We are now Mann Lake distributors just brought in over 25 new items that we were not carrying before. New products … Continue reading →
We just finished sowing more than 5 acres of a pollinator friendly mix at our BeeManiacs honey bee yard. We teamed up with the Spokane County Conservation District, and we’re running this program for the first season as a test. We will … Continue reading →
We have been working in beekeeping education for several years. Every year we try to find ways to improve the quality of the educational material and how to reach more potential beekeepers. We had requests from people having conflicts with … Continue reading →
We have created a new section on our website to keep track of upcoming events where BeeManiacs staff will participate, as well as to list some relevant past events. You can find this new section by clicking on “Education” in the main menu … Continue reading →