If you're meaning equipment, Brushy Mountain and Millers Bee is in Wilkes but that's three hours away. There are a few smaller ones around, but I'm not sure of their names. How about looking up David Tarpy the lead entomology professor at NCSU. He is one of the top researchers in the country with Honeybees. He might have something going on that you can go and look at or learn what projects they are working on. NC State also has the only gas chamber in the country that they will gas and rid your AFB equipment of all the spores. They have a great program there.
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