So I guess it’s finally coming true… 🙂
For those of you who have found me to be slightly out of touch the last few months, it’s because I was busy working on a beekeeping book for beginners. 🙂 I am excited to announce that the release date is set for March 14, 2017 and pre-orders are available now on Amazon!
The publisher is DK Publishing out of Ohio, a subsidiary of Penguin Random House! My photographer for the book is AMAZING, too! Her name is Kimberly Davis and she has worked so hard to bring this book to life with all the great shots in the bee yard!
I can’t wait to share my work with everyone!
Expect to see a lot of advertising as it gets closer to print!
Thanks for all your support!
CLICK BELOW to pre-order!
The next TCBA meeting will be Feb. 2 at 7pm in the Zilker Botanical Gardens meeting room.
Parking is free when you tell them you are attending the meeting! 😉
The Business of Buying Bees; What and When to buy! – Danny Weaver of Bee Weaver Apiary
Hive Components and Top Bar Hives; what you need to get started – Tanya Phillips
Setting up the Bee Yard – Chuck Reburn
June 14, 2014 – 10:00am-12:00pm – MINI – Intro to Bees & Beekeeping $25 –
AT WHEATSVILLE COOP SOUTH AUSTIN on LAMAR – Register via the Co-op’s link below:
SAVING THE WORLD, ONE BEE AT A TIME: INTRO TO BEEKEEPING – Held in the 4001 South Lamar Wheatsville Community Room. Bee Friendly Austin instructor, Tanya Phillips, will share information on how to help bees by understanding the causes of Colony Collapse Disorder, planting bee friendly gardens, learning what it takes to begin a hobby in beekeeping and much more!
Participants will get to see a colony of bees at work in an observation hive, touch and see beekeepers tools and protection gear, see different styles of beehives, including Top Bar hives and Langstroth hives, understand how a bee colony works, taste some delicious honey varietals, and learn how to substitute honey instead of sugar in home recipes. $25 Click to REGISTER.