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I am a brand-new beekeeper... set up my first hive this May. I teach middle-school science and have always wanted to keep bees. I have lots of questions and am hoping that joining this forum will help me.

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Hi Neighbor!

I live in Greenwich and I drive through Mt. Kisco when I visit some hives near Millwood on a small farm. If I can ever help you with anything don't hesitate to ask. It could be an opportunity for me to remove something from my garage... :)

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Hello Joe,

Thanks for saying hi! I've been trying to sift through all of the information about queen-excluders and sizes of supers and feeling a bit overwhelmed. I was also just looking online a few minutes ago to find a local organization and a way to contact a beekeeper to actually talk to (as in phone conversation)... sometimes it is just nice to be able to be ignorant in person.

I am new to using a forum (yes, I know, I need to get with it, as my son would say), and am trying to figure out how I would contact someone specifically, say yourself.

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Hello and Welcome,

I'm sure you'll find this forum to be a good place to learn more about bees and beekeeping.

I was also just looking online a few minutes ago to find a local organization and a way to contact a beekeeper to actually talk to (as in phone conversation)...
Didja find any?

If not, here's a few links that may be helpful...
New York clubs:
http://www.masterbeekeeper.org/resources/beegroups.htm
Connecticut clubs:
http://www.ctbees.com/
http://www.backyardbeekeepers.com/
 
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