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Dear everyone

Let's make this as simple as possible. If you are willing to act as a BSA beekeeping mentor, please make a post to this thread to that effect.

Here, I'll go first:

I pledge to BSA that I will act as a mentor to scouts if BSA reinstates the Bekeeping Merit Badge.

Neil Van Dalsem
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I pledge that I will be a BSA beekeeping mentor, if they reinstate the Beekeeping merit badge.
 

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I pledge that I will be a BSA beekeeping mentor if they reinstate the merit badge.
 

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I am proud to join many of my fellow beekeepers in offering my time and talents to act as a beekeeping mentor for scouts in our area.
 

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I pledge that I will be a BSA beekeeping mentor if they reinstate the merit badge. I also will offer the support of the Catskill Mountain Beekeepers Club in a myriad of ways including mentoring, possible supply of equipment, site visits, and other activities to support our local Boy Scout troops.
 

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I pledge that I will be a BSA beekeeping mentor if they reinstate the merit badge.
 

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I pledge to be a mentor if they reinstate their beekeeping merit badge. I mentored a scout in the '80 who everntually became and Eagle. Let's make it happen. It is good for all including the bees.
 

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I pledge to BSA that I will act as a mentor to scouts if BSA reinstates the Bekeeping Merit Badge.

I am a beekeeper and a 1959 Eagle Scout. There are no known teenage beekeepers in my entire area to pass along my knowledge to.
-Lee Alley
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I pledge to be a mentor if they reinstate their beekeeping merit badge .I have always made myself available to help any scout in my area that is interested in beekeeping. If there is no merit badge for this I understand why I haven't heard from anyone. I have equipment available.
 

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I pledge to BSA that I will act as a mentor to scouts if BSA reinstates the Bekeeping Merit Badge. I learned by finding a mentor and alot of reading. Bee keepers are very closed lip sometimes so this can be hard to find mentors.

Schwartz Honey Farms would be willing to help any troop or scout in the brainerd lakes area of MN. We are also starting a blog called letsstartbeekeeping.blogspot.com .. We will be posting pictures and videos when we work with our hives this year. We will answer any questions posted by our followers. We will be installing bee packages and also starting complete new hives. We will try to cover everything you need to know your first year and also over wintering hives in MN.
 

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I pledge to be a mentor if they reinstate their beekeeping merit badge

Glen R. Parshall
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