Kim was introduced to honeybees and beekeeping while studying and working at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, first with an Extension Entomologist studying fruit, vegetable, turf and greenhouse insect pests, and then moving to the USDA Honey Bee Research Lab in Madison.
Your bees have negotiated their first winter and now it's time to get growing. Beekeepers can harness that energy all spring and summer so both the bees and the beekeeper benefit. Here's how.
Let Your Honeybees Pay Their Way
Kim Flottum is the editor of Bee Culture magazine and the author of numerous beginning, intermediate and advanced beekeeping books. He brings 30 years of beekeeping and teaching experience to the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIRS.
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