Re: Do YOU know of any COLLEGE-aged beekeepers?
Sweet! I'll have to check this out! I know there is another professor on campus who is hiding a hive somewhere on campus-- a hive of Russians, in fact.
I count being that I'm in grad school as a T.A., am I right! XD
Started a garden in my undergrad institute-- and it was a heart break. Non one's taking care of it anymore. Out of funds because of the economy, and a private institution with a 25,000 dollar intuition doesn't have a plethora of gardeners. :< Sustainability with a bee hive may be more possible, as it takes less maintenance overall, and people (somewhat) know what to do with honey. They have NO IDEA what to do with fresh fruit and veggies, especially old heirlooms like seeded grapes.
2 hives of Russians. 32 stings. 1 season of experience. And you-- yeah, you right there-- you're my mentor. XD