It Depends – A Discussion on Observation Hives
Are you curious about observation hives and their fascinating role in beekeeping? Join us next Wednesday at 8pm for an engaging and informative session with Henry Long, a seasoned beekeeper with a wealth of experience in the world of observation hives.
Henry Long’s journey in beekeeping began at the tender age of 10, and his passion for these incredible insects has only grown stronger over the years. He’ll be sharing his extensive knowledge, particularly about keeping permanent observation hives year-round inside his own home, a practice he’s perfected over the past 8 years.
In addition to managing his own observation hives, Henry has generously assisted fellow beekeepers in diagnosing and resolving challenges with their private and publicly viewable observation hives. One of his most impressive achievements is a unique 21 deep frame observation hive, a design he personally crafted.
Henry’s expertise extends beyond his hives; his work has been recognized by prestigious publications in the beekeeping community. His articles have graced the pages of the American Bee Journal, and his stunning photos of his large observation hive have been featured in Bee Culture Magazine.
Currently serving as the president of the Parkland Beekeepers Association in eastern Missouri, Henry is deeply involved in advancing the beekeeping community.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights, ask questions, and discover the world of observation hives with Henry Long. Whether you’re a seasoned beekeeper or just starting your beekeeping journey, this event promises to be both educational and inspiring. Feel free to post your questions in advance or during the event, whether you join our Zoom call or tune in via Facebook Live. We look forward to seeing you there!