VT Bee Blog
Welcome to the Vermont Bee Blog...
Thoughts about beekeeping and beekeepers in Vermont along with links to local and national stories of interest. While most articles are public, VBA members who login to the site will have access to additional articles and features.
This letter from the Bennington Banner was recently passed along to us.
VBA has been contacted by a school group interested in beekeeping:
"We are designing a farm to table theme for our summer school program. We will have a small group (approximately 5) students and were wondering if you could recommend someplace that we could tour to see bees in action. We are based out of East Randolph in central Vermont. Do you know of anyone close by who might be willing to spend some time with us?"
Have your bees experienced a close encounter of the bear kind?
If so, we'd like to hear your story. (We've heard that attacks are on the increase and it would be helpful to learn as much as we can.)
We'll post your "Share a Bear" story in this space.
We wanted to remind you of some of the features available to you on the VBA website...
Under the Resources tab you'll find links to clubs, general information and other services including Newsfeeds on bee-related topics. Just added is the RSS feed of Kim Flottum's Catch the Buzz newsletter... updated automatically.
Speaking of RSS feeds you may not know what that is. A RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format.
You can subscribe to them by using your web browser or email client software. The nice thing about RSS is it does the work for you. You don't need to go hunting for information - it updates itself. And we've got RSS working for you throughout the VBA website.
Simply look for this icon on various pages throughout the site, click, and you've subscribed to the content on that page. Since the VT Bee Blog gets updated quite frequently you might want to subscribe to that RSS feed.
VBA Members can access our online Forums that allow you to talk with other members. A virtual mentoring tool, so to speak.