Thanks! It is not a matter of being " lazy" or that I would want to " plagiarize" anybody - it is an attempt to learn from what others have been doing.
I don't have the skill yet to put photos with text on the computer.
The article at Americas Beekeeper is lovely and user friendly. I hope to encourage a few youngsters to take up this interesting hobby by having a hand-out for them to get excited. School project is probably not the best description. Sorry if I offended responder no 1!
Thanks Americas Beekeeper and Concrete Beekeeper ( I had a friend living there) - English is actually my third language and I find trying to keep messages short on the internet can lead to miss-understanding. I will be more careful in the future.
We have lots of US students here and we do call them US Americans - making them aware that they are part of a bigger America.
I put out a little newsletter and you can access it here: http://ecovillageresearchgroup.com.au/ . The latest Newsletter ( not on-line yet - you need to subscribe - it is free) has my story about my experience with SHB.
Thanks for input! max
true, like selling beesource's plans on ebay - for free plans, they should be tied up and thrown on a yellowjacket nest, unfortunately there are not many good pictures or new ideas that are not new opinions in beekeeping, I read all the most popular beekeeping books for the Masterbeekeeper in Florida, they are the same pictures in every publication. I am working on the college sending over their good cameras to get pictures for the websites and workshops.
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