Store your notes, journal entries, and daily beekeeping records, observations, and to-do lists within the pages of this beautiful and inspirational journal. The Beekeeper's Journal is the perfect tool for beekeepers and beekeeping enthusiasts to keep their thoughts, recipes, inspirations, sketches, to-do lists and more.
Photographs and illustrations on each spread complement the helpful tips, anecdotes, ideas, recipes, how-to and images from beekeeping expert, Kim Flottum. This book is not only a useful tool, but the perfect keepsake for avid beekeepers and those who aspire to keep bees.
- Approx 9×7" (22.5×18cm)
- 176 pages
Record :Take notes every time you visit your bees: What is
their temperament? How is the weather? Do they have enough to eat? Your records
will be priceless when you plan next year- and even when you want to compare
your results from week to week.
Sketch :Diagram your colony set-up, map your location, or simply draw on your inspiration.
List :Keep track of your to-do list by season. And keep track of what you’ve done so you’ll have the details handy next time.
Reflect: Beekeeping offers an intimate connection to nature- you can’t help but get inspired. Record those thoughts here, too. And enjoy the quotes, tips, tricks, and recipes designed you spark your creativity and make you a better beekeeper.
KIM FLOTTUM brings a background of twelve years of plant science, honey bee research, and basic farming to his thirty years as the editor of Bee Culture magazine where his main occupation is finding the answers to the multitude of questions that beginning, intermediate, and even advanced and experienced beekeepers bring to the table. He teaches beginning and advanced beekeeping courses, travels extensively to educate and lecture, and contributes to a variety of other publications on the basics of honey bees and beekeeping biology, the business of bees and pollination, producing and using varietal honeys, and a host of other subjects.He is beekeeping's leading advocate for fundamental honey bee safety including insuring excellent honey bee health, providing extraordinary forage, and minimizing the use of agricultural pesticides.