I took a class on beekeeping at the Cambridge Center for Adult Ed, and while that experience provided me with a survey of the subject, I’ve found my bee library to be an invaluable source of inspiration and information.

Click here for my recommended reading list!

If you can take a class or work with a mentor one-on-one, I definitely recommend it – but if not read everything you can get your hands on, it really helps.

I’m a big loaner-out of books, but some of these guys are in the permanent reference library – you can look at it at my house, but it stays here. Also no food, drink, or pens. Just kidding. Not really.

I also have a bit of a broader homestead/garden/apocalypse skills library going – and these are some of my faves:

More clicking.


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