We would like to provide housing for honeybees! If you see a swarm of bees near the downtown Greenville area, please call AJW and provide the location of the swarm. We love honeybees and want to make sure they are safe and happy. Thank you!
On Saturday, April 15, we welcomed home our new colony of Honey Bees! A few of the AJW Bee Ambassadors came to help transfer the bees into the observational hive. Don't worry, they had on beekeeping suits and veils! Be on the lookout for the AJW Honey Bees flying around!
The Bee Ambassadors' Club at AJW fosters knowledge and promotes the need and value of our pollinators. We advocate for our bees, making sure they are able to do their job in a clean and safe environment. When we do our part, we can create positive change for all to benefit.
Checkout the Journey of Food to learn more how bees help in the farm to table process.
Checkout the video Ms. King has on Bumble Bees and pollen.
Take a look inside of a live honey bee hive.
Check out the live footage of a bee landing zone.
Check out the cool site from Clemson Agriculture learn more about the Honey Bees.
For more interesting facts about Honeybees, check out National Geographic Kids.
American Farm Bureau Foundation has some cool information on bee, check it out!
Here's an interesting video on how honeybees make beeswax. Check it out!
Honeycomb cells with eggs are cool! Can you can spot the eggs?
Check out these cool facts about World Bee Day!
Ever wonder what happens inside a beehive? This infrared live cam shows the complex inner workings of this Carniolan bee colony living inside a large hollow log in the town of Buchloe, Germany. Watch as the bees build combs, produce honey, protect the queen, and raise a new generation of workers and drones.
Check out any of these links to find out more about how others are making an impact in the bee world: