October 2012

Vol.114,No4

Flexible training and open learning in an outdoors classroom – participants at the Certificate III Agriculture (Beekeeping) course in Queensland Photo courtesy Carmel Burnham

Flexible training and open learning in an outdoors classroom – participants at the Certificate III Agriculture (Beekeeping) course in Queensland
Photo courtesy Carmel Burnham

  • Educating’ Beekeepers
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • More on the changes at The ABK
    • Stolen Hives – Ogmore, Qld
    • Plymouth Township Proposes Ordinance to Limit Beekeeping
    • Tanzania poised to become major honey exporter?
    • NSW Government Licensing Service (GLS) - An update on recent changes in Beekeeper registration system
    • APVMA to review science on pesticides and bee health
    • Dates for 2013 Annual State Conference Conferences
  • TOCAL FIELD DAY OCTOBER 27TH2012
  • IN THE APIARY
  • Biosecurity Manual for beekeepers provides protection from pests
  • Yellow Box study
  • ‘Extinct’ British breed of honeybee found alive and well after nearly 80 years
  • Expressions of Interest for the Position of CEO/Business Development Manager
  • Certificate III in Agricuture (Beekeeping)
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Chemicals in the Hive –Where?
  • The Future of Bee Breeding
  • Making Doolittle’s Nucs
  • Lessons Learned by the Managed Pollinator CAP: Impacts of Varroa Parasitism on Honey Bee Health
  • Study Finds New Social Interactions Can Heal Older Brains
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 319.11 Cleaning Beeswax
    • Part 319.12 Marketing Beeswax
    • Part 319.13 Judging Beeswax
    • Part 319.16 Beeswax (Economics / Marketing of Beeswax)
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS