October 31, 2014

On Becoming an Intermediate Beekeeper

Jodi Moger and daughter transfer a nucleus colony to their new home, May 2010.

by Jodi Moger There wasn’t any one thing that led me to honey bees. In spring 2002, I bought the book Beeing: Life, Motherhood and 180,000 Bees by Rosanne Daryl Thomas. I had neither bees nor children, but I must have read the book a half-dozen or more times over the next few years, I found it so compelling. My kiddo arrived in 2004. Our family’s desire to be self-reliant began to intensify. It … [Read more...]