MBBA encourages healthy beekeeping
Bee Packages, Queens,and Nucs can be purchased from all over the USA. A lot of the packaged bees we see in Washington are coming from California, while a growing number are produced here in Oregon and Washington.
The foundation of this goal is beginning with the appropriate knowledge, materials and locally raised, properly treated and healthy bees. In line with this goal, we are now offering this “For Sale or Share” section in our monthly newsletter and website. There is no transfer of equipment listed here, only bees.
UPDATE May 20, 2020
ALL items listed below are now noted as SOLD OUT.
Thank you to all our local beekeepers that have provided options for individuals who were looking to purchase bees this year.
|Michael Jaross||5-frame nucleus hives. Dark, Carniolan-ish bees.||SOLD OUT|
|10-frame nucleus hives. Dark, Carniolan-ish bees.|
|Queens. Avail. – Mid June, approx|
|Ted McFall||Several 5-frame nucleus hives. Local bees. Local queens. Mostly Carniolan race. ( Mid to late May).||SOLD OUT|
|Rob Rienstra||Approx. 125 5-frame nucleus hives – 4 frames of brood, 1 of foundation. Local bees. Whatcom County Queens from Strachan Apiaries and Honey Bee Genetics. Avail. – Late April.||SOLD OUT|
|Seth Smith||Approx. 300 5-frame nucleus hives – 4 frames of brood, 1 of foundation. Local bees. Local queens. Skagit County. Avail. – Late April.||SOLD OUT|
Mt. Baker Beekeepers Association 1st Annual Bee Meet & Greet
Thank you to all of you that participated in MBBA’s “Bee Meet & Greet!” On February 20th, 2020, it was a HUGE success! This was an informal opportunity for those people selling bees and those looking to purchase bee’s to come together as we prepare for the spring beekeeping season and to promote local beekeeping and beekeepers. Hope to see you at next years Bee Meet & Greet!