I wanted to ask if there's some desert beekeepers out there and how to survive as one?
Right now I'm in Utah near the Wasatch front. But I have been thinking of moving to a rural southern Utah or AZ area. It dawned on me one day that there are many desert beekeepers and that somehow they can make it.
I wanted to get advise from them on how and what they do to make things work?
Right now the cost of living is going up so much in the urban areas that I don't see any way I can avoid not moving to a semi-desert patch of dirt.
And it seems fun and interesting to see what desert beeks are doing. I saw a clip of a desert apiary by accident on Youtube one day and I was fascinated with how many hives this guy had out there! It was amazing that there could be so many hives in what looked like some place in AZ or rural CA inland. And it was also inspirational that this guy could make it. (It was an older guy also, though I lost the name and name of the channel unfortunately.)
If this guy can do it then can't the rest of us?