Additional Resources

Here is a list of supporting reading materials that may be useful to enhance your studies:

*NOTE: these are not part of the required reading list located in Appendix D in the program requirements.

Additional resources:

Honey Bee Health Coalition

  • A new guide is available outlining methods for sampling and controlling Varroa mites.

 University of Florida’s Dr. Jamie Ellis videos on honey bee pests and diseases

eXtension: America’s Research-based Learning Network

  • An information-based website full of research knowledge provided by renowned land-grant universities.

Hives For Heroes

  • Hive for Heroes is a national non-profit service organization geared to helping Active Duty, Veterans, and First Responders through their national network of beekeepers.

Bee Informed Partnership

  • This organization focused on data collection from beekeepers across the country on the pests and diseases afflicting their colonies to provide better management tactics. Though the Partnership has dissolved, their webpage still has a good amount of information pertaining to beekeeping that might be of interest.

University of Georgia Honey Bee Program

  • This website outlines methods of beekeeping, honey bee pests and diseases, pollination, and many other honey bee topics.

University of Minnesota Bee Lab

  • This website provides information on current honey bee research as well as educational videos conducted by Dr. Marla Spivak and her lab at the University of Minnesota.

Marla Spivak TEDTalk

Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium

  • This is an organization focused on honey bee research and extension in the Mid-Atlantic Region of North America.

American Beekeeping Federation

  • This is a national organization that provides educational resources for many facets of beekeeping.
  • Please take a look at the “Education and Events” tab for information related to beekeeping.
  • Members of ABF are able to access more content.

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