Dr Valerie Solheim author of the book The Bee Hive Effect, Ancient Rites, Quantum Principles will be delivering the Keynote address from 10:00 to 12:00. Her focus will be "restore bee colony's frequency field and let the bees manage their health.Keynote speaker on day two will be Mr Paul Wheaton The rest of the two days will be devoted to forums discussing bees and other polinizers. For additional information please google BeeSWeek 2013.Tickets will be available at the door, 18 to 25 dollarsSee More
"I have never uncapped honey so I don't know enough to say much except it looks like it works extremely well. I just eat the honey in the comb like gum.
For anyone wanting to try this method and not having a heat gun I would suggest…"
"As you have probably found out by now, pecan and pistachio trees are wind pollinated. That's a shame as my place is surrounded by both.
The heat gun idea looks cool. If I ever get any working hives to have honey again I'll have to try it."
Bzzzz BzzzzBee keeping seminar May 25th 2013 Support your local pollinator and attend this honey of a seminar, it will include a classroom session and a hands on hive experience. Featured speaker will be Craig Noorlander, Vice President of the New Mexico Beekeepers Association talking about life cycle of the honey bee, honeybee health, equipment, and his success and failures in the 10 years he has been keeping bees. Location: 9:00-12:00 Otero County Extension Office, 401 Fairgrounds Road,…See More
Hello Beekeepers and Happy New Year! Please join us for our first meeting of 2013 on Thursday March 7th @ 6:30 pm. This FREE meeting will focus on hiving packages, swarm retrieval, and new ideas for the 2013 season. Top Bar and Langstroth demonstrations. See More
October 16, 2013 at 5pm to October 19, 2013 at 4pm
2013 is the year of Enchantment!!!WAS is coming to NM- that's right, WAS has selected Santa Fe, New Mexico to host their 2013 conference. WAS represents the western states of the US along with the western provinces of Canada and Mexico and many Pacific Islands. They are a nonpolitical party that was established in 1978 to better support small scale beekeepers and enthusiasts. This will be a wonderful 3 day event which will include interesting and pertinent presentations, workshops and…See More
Join us for our Annual Meeting in January! Admission is free, but we encourage family membership to the NMBKA for $30 for per year. Special Guest Speaker is Tammy Horn who was an English professor for ten years until, as 2006 NEH Chair of Appalachian Studies, she began to study the potential impact of surface mining on honey bees. In 2007, unemployed, she began writing grants and working with coal companies to create Coal Country Beeworks. In 2013, she is now working the third book of the…See More
The New Mexico Beekeepers Association is a non-profit organization of private beekeepers, commercial beekeepers, persons interested in promoting the importance of the honey bee in the environment, and businesses related to the honey industry. Representing all regions of New Mexico, the Association maintains a close affiliation with the State of New Mexico's Department of Agriculture. Membership in the Association is open to all interested persons.
2013 Association Officers
President: Les Crowder
Vice President: Craig Noorlander
Secretary: Jessie Brown
Treasurer: D.J. Nickles
Board: Rob Shepler, Phill Remick
Membership dues are $30 per year for a family, $15 for membership from July 1-Dec 31st.