On this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, Charlotte Brunin and Robert Riley meet with Becky and Steve Tipton to discuss all this honey including how to harvest from a Langstroth Hive.
Robert Riley is the senior producer of the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR and a sustainable living enthusiast. You can find Robert tirelessly running around the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR making sure that everything is operating smoothly. It is important to Robert to lead a green lifestyle and to empower others to do the same.
Becky Tipton and her husband, Steve, own Country Creek Honey and have been producing and selling honey for 30 years. Becky is past president of the NE KS Beekeepers Association, VP of the Kansas Honey Producers, and a master beekeeper. She teaches beekeeping and using products of the hive for skin care by making soaps, lotions, and balms.
Steve Tipton has been a beekeeper for over 30 years. He received his master beekeeper award from the Univ. Of Nebraska, Midwest Master Beekeeper program. He loves sharing his passion for beekeeping. Retired from the Goodyear Tire Co engineering dept., he's made beekeeping his retirement job as well as other farming chores on our small Meriden, KS farm.
Steve Tipton's Hive Hauler
The color of honey can vary greatly depending on what plants the pollen was sourced from.
Here is the video that Becky and Steve participated in before this podcast recording. They are exploring a hive that has collapsed under the hive beetle.
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