Category Archives: NRVBA
If you have a swarm of bees on your property and want them removed, many of our members are available to help. Click here to learn whom to contact.
2022 NRVBA Nuc Suppliers This list is provided as an informational service to our members. All financial arrangements are between the seller and buyer. The NRVBA does not provide any warranty. Glenn Buss. email@example.com Deep nucs, 5 frame … Continue reading
For those of you who are new to our club, we offer a page dedicated to Internet videos that describe many aspects concerning the art and science of beekeeping. The latest post is a ten-video course on how to manage … Continue reading
Richard Reid has graciously shared his presentation entitled “Wintering Bees in the Virginia Mountains.” You can view it by going to the tab entitled “Member Resources” and then by clicking on the menu item “Presentations.” The presentations are listed in … Continue reading
Jim and Jerry are going to present the topic of queen rearing basics at our upcoming Zoom meeting this Thursday night. They plan to share methods with us that are appropriate for the small-time beekeeper. Jim mentioned that there is … Continue reading
The information to either order bee packages or queens is in the PDF document below.
Welcome to spring, when young (and old) people’s thoughts turn to love…of beekeeping!!For our new members, as was explained in the first session of the Beginning Beekeeper’s Course, the best number of colonies to start with is two. Not one(you lose … Continue reading
For those of you who are new to our association, we offer a resource that includes informative Internet videos. These have been contributed by our membership. They cover the gamut of the art and science of beekeeping. To find them … Continue reading
Sharon shared this Virginia Cooperative Workshop. Its focus it upon beekeepers with less than five years experience. To take part, you must first register. It will be a free Zoom call. Click on the following link to register. Topics will … Continue reading