Nov 292020
 

MINI-CONFERENCE – Open to All WAS members and Free to the Public on Zoom December 5, 2020  7:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) 6:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)  Registration:  Sign-up to receive a Zoom link On a Cold Day in December, Let’s Talk about Heating Beehives! 7:00–7:45 p.m. (MST)  Etienne Tardiff, WAS Yukon Territories DirectorTitle: Do Bees Heat the Inside of the Hive?  Presentation + Q&ADescription: Etienne […]

Sep 302019
 

Hello Fellow Beekeepers, We will resume meetings October 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Railyard Community Room. Mark Sommer from the Certified Beekeepers Program of the New Mexico Beekeepers Association will discuss evaluating and preparing  bee colonies for the winter.  We will discuss further details about meeting days and program topics so please plan to attend and […]

May 112019
 

Hello everyone! We now have a new mailing list! To use the mailing list you must first sign up.  After you have subscribed send email to hive@sdcbeeks.org and it will go to everyone. When replying to others messages you MUST use reply-all in order to reply to the list. Jason

Jul 182013
 

Hello beekeepers and bee interested folks! Our goal is to provide an online presence for beekeepers and the community to come together and collaborate. This site is built so that you can participate. If you are interested in participating, please contact us and send your article, news or comments, so we can publish it on […]

May 062013
 

Herbs Alliums Allium (various). Summer bloom. Perennial. Water thrifty to moderate water. Anise Hyssop Agastache foeniculum. Mid summer bloom. Three-foot erect narrow, short-lived perennial with spikes of light blue flowers. Delightful anise scent. Basil Ocimun baslicum. Many varieties: Lemon, Genovese, Anise, Thai and others. Tender annual herb. Aromatic leaves. Good companion plant with tomatoes. Likes […]