Richmond beekeeper, looking for a nuc. Any ideas? Don't want to drive hours.
Where'd you move from? I'm from Santa Cruz, CA.
By nuc, I assume you mean the hardware? What kind of hardware do you currently have? What do you intend to do with the nuc? Just curious. I might have some suggestions, depending on your answers.
California is a fantastic place for keeping bees. To answer your question, I moved from NV. (Yes, I know... perfect place for bees... the desert...)
Hi Everybody! Just starting my second year as a hobbyist in NoVA. I'm trying to get my folks down in Hanover to let me put some hives on their land, too. Some of my coworkers think it's a weird hobby but I find it really rewarding and I'm looking forward to my very first harvest later this year.
Hey Everyone - new hobbyist located in Roanoke, VA on Twelve O'clock Knob (Elevation 1,768'). I currently have one Warre Hive (foundationless vertical hive), and will be expanding to a 8-frame medium hive (standard frames). Am interested in learning as much as I can - especially interested in the timings of various nectar flows. Last year I didn't see any honey bees at my place, though I would think this area would be prime forage area with its woodlands, wild flowers, etc.