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Natural Beekeeping Network:: Natural Beekeeping Network is a beekeeping forum. The forum is funded by "Friends of the Bees". It is free to everyone. If you can afford it, please become a supporter so we can keep it that way. UK beekeepers benefit from our Public Liability Insurance free with annual membership.

Beekeeping (Yahoo):: Claims to be the original beekeeping list with archives going back to 1998. Covers all subjects pertaining to beekeeping.

Beekeeping For Beginners:: Provides details of a book of this name that can be ordered on-line, either as an e-book or as a print book.

Constructive Beekeeping:: A book of DIY projects for beekeeping - includes listing of chapters, order form and contact details.

Beekeeping Basics:: Learn about the historical background, equipment, defenses, colony development and honey harvesting.

Beekeeping and Children:: Information about bees and beekeeping: activities, safety, harvesting honey, and recipes. Presented by a 4-H club in California.

Beekeeping in India:: Information on beekeeping under Indian conditions, including the resources needed, the potential, apiculture technology, and the Indian market.

Beemaster.com: Beekeeping Course:: An on-line tutorial for beekeeping.

Neighborhood Beekeeping:: Offering bee products including honey, balms, soaps, and beeswax.

Beekeeping and Children:: Beekeeping and Children : Children can now start beekeeping in 4-H officially at age 5. The most important thing to remember is safety. Be sure the children are properly suited up anytime they are working directly with bees. Also caution children to handle dead bees carefully. It sounds strange but a dead bee can "sting." This actually happened to one of our young beekeepers much to his surprise. It is best to have liquid antihistamines at hand j

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