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Perils of Pollination by Amy Levek

November 18th, 2010 No Comments

Amy Levek, from Telluride Colorado- came out to visit us 3 years ago when we were living in Dixon, NM. She was working on a documentary on beekeepers and CCD. She interviewed us then on our thoughts on the matter.  This short film is compiled from footage that Amy began gathering in 2007. This short film aired […]

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Organic Nation TV video profile of ZQB!

November 5th, 2010 No Comments

We are so excited to post  the wonderful video that Dorothee and Mark of Organic Nation TV has shared with us! For full story, visit:   http://www.organicnation.tv/blog/new-video-breeding-survivor-queenbees-in-new-mexico.html For video:   http://vimeo.com/16503652 Thanks Dorothee and Mark! You  make us seem coherent which is hard to do — Bravo!

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TOP BAR SLIDE SHOW

April 14th, 2010 No Comments

TB slide wordpdf. TB slide part 2 wordpdf. Finally able to upload the Top Bar Integrative Approach slide show which I made back in 2007/8. MK

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Kirk Webster’s: A New Paradigm for American Beekeeping (appearing March 20th at Sweet Spring Sting!)

February 15th, 2010 No Comments

This article of Kirk’s was first published in The American Bee Journal March 2008 issue. This same magazine issue also contains our first ABJ article announcing The Southwest Survivor Project. I’ll be uploading archival publications and previews of upcoming articles I  am writing. MK  

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Part II: Integrated Top Bar Management- Jan 2010 Bee Culture

February 13th, 2010 No Comments

MK- Here is Part II scan copy of article, Integrated Top Bar Management: the Rest of the Story, which was published in the Jan. 2010 issue of Bee Culture. I have also pasted the whole article in basic text below for easier reading. Top Bar slide show will be up en seguida… TB article draft […]

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Integrated Top Bar Management- A Story of Rebellion and Cohesion, Part I

February 6th, 2010 1 Comment

In our neck of the woods, there is a growing trend to house bees in top bar hives. For those who are unfamiliar- a top bar hive is a single level, horizontal system which does not have side comb supports as do vertical Langstroth frames. My interpretation of both systems spans over a dozen years […]

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