Beekeeping

 

Honeybees are one of God's most amazing creations! The keeping and studying of honeybees is very addictive so be careful! Honeybees are important pollinators of many native flowering plants. If you would like to help your garden and neighborhood consider keeping a couple of colonies. As honeybees gather pollen and nectar they pollinate nearby crops, fields and gardens.

Nevada Backyard Beekeeping is fun and rewarding

Not only do honeybees provide pollination and enjoyment an established honeybee colony can produce excess honey, sometimes 50lbs or more! as well as beeswax, bee pollen and propolis! More on Become a Beekeeper

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HalleluYah Honey Online Store

Visit our online store! Here you will find great tasting local honey, bee pollen, beeswax and candles for sale.

We also have a great selection of beekeeoping supplies. We carry a full line of protective clothing, beekeeping hats, veils,beekeeper suits, jackets and gloves. You will also find complete beehives, beekeeper starter kits and tools and accessories.

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Azure Standard Drop Location - Carson City, Nevada

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The Mason Valley Beekeepers were created in 2009.  Members are not only from Mason Valley but also from other northern Nevada communities including Smith Valley, Silver Springs, Silver City, Gardnerville/Minden, and Fallon.  Members meet once a month from March through October.  Their meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Lyon County Library, Yerington, Nevada.  The members are mostly hobby and sideliner beekeepers.    The club welcomes new beekeepers and have a mentoring program for new beekeepers.  

This is the fourth year the Mason Valley Beekeepers have put on the Beekeepers' Conference.  They are enthusiastic about welcoming new people and new beekeepers to the Conference.

Mason Valley Beekeepers manage bee colonies not only for honey production, but for the benefits it provides their homes and their communities.   Mason Valley Beekeepers desire to enhance northern Nevada’s reputation as a ‘Bee-Friendly’ area which encourages the apiculture industry and advocates for increasing numbers of bee colonies in the area not only for economic reasons  but for the betterment to our communities

http://www.masonvalleybeekeepers.org

Meeting: 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM (March through October) Location: Lyon County Library 20 Nevin Way, Yerington, NV 89447 (775) 463-6645

 

 

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