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Benjamin Howard
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I'm looking for places to keep bees

Started this discussion. Last reply by Maximillian Smith Feb 2, 2011. 5 Replies

Hello everyone, In supplement to my new found love for organic gardening I am now a beginning beekeeper as well. I got started this spring and had a great season. I would like to increase my colony…Continue

Tags: backyard, honey, garden, belgrade, bozeman

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Maximillian Smith replied to Benjamin Howard's discussion I'm looking for places to keep bees
"Morning Benjamin,   Also--there are also at least two more spaces to expand into, that I know of, and potentially one more up Bracket Creek.    If you're still not getting the support you'd like on the West side of town,…"
Feb 2, 2011
Jaime Saunders replied to Benjamin Howard's discussion I'm looking for places to keep bees
"Hello! Yea!! You're just the person I've been looking for. I have 3 properties (1 personal and 2 rentals.) I would love to have bees on them. The addresses are as follows: My home is 525 W. Harrison St./909 W. Olive/704 W. Curtiss. My home…"
Jan 31, 2011
Benjamin Howard replied to Benjamin Howard's discussion I'm looking for places to keep bees
"I had not considered this however I cannot imagine it being an issue as I am only thinking about less than 20 colonies spread out across the Bozeman valley. That brings to mind another point which I failed to mention in my initial post. I live in…"
Nov 17, 2010
Maximillian Smith replied to Benjamin Howard's discussion I'm looking for places to keep bees
"Response from Casey Delphia...native pollinator extraordinaire: Thanks for passing this along. Looks interesting, but got me thinking about whether this would be a good idea for native bees? Honey bees, which are non-native, have been shown in some…"
Nov 15, 2010
Maximillian Smith replied to Benjamin Howard's discussion I'm looking for places to keep bees
"What a cool vision...we definitely need someone to begin harpin' on a 1000 New Beehives project! They say backyard chickens are the gateway drug to many groovy homespun ag. projects, but I may beg to differ if people start waking up to Colony…"
Sep 7, 2010
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I'm looking for places to keep bees

Hello everyone, In supplement to my new found love for organic gardening I am now a beginning beekeeper as well. I got started this spring and had a great season. I would like to increase my colony numbers and sell honey next fall. I thought that  to place colonies at the gardens of people throughout the community who have room for it would be a great way to play a greater role in the 1000 new gardens endeavor. This would greatly increase the foraging capacity of my apiary while you reap the…See More
Sep 7, 2010
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At 10:15pm on May 4, 2010, Maximillian Smith said…
Hi, Benjamin, I really dig your photo--it has a Gulliver's Travels look to it. Welcome to the network!

I noticed that you're listed as one of the best new gardeners in the world...how's the new plot shaping up? Would you like to receive any of our volunteer services in the coming week to get started? Aged manure? Sod removal? Compost enclosure construction?
 
 
 

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