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Fred Yarnell, beekeeper, looking at an old bee frame on a visit from Raíces Apiculture Initiative participants.

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On a visit to a local beekeeper, John Yarnell. Here is Sue and John looking at an old bee box frame

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Frames from a nucleus hive ready to be smoked before moving them into a new bee box. Bee larvae can be seen in the center of the photograph.

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As part of the Raíces Apiculture Initiative, Raíces Co-Directors helped our friend and supporter Susan Winkler obtain and set up her first bee hive. Here, Francisco and Sue are moving nuc bee frames into new bee box.

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During the Apiculture presentation by Stan Wasitowski at S & F Honey Farms, participants were able to taste the honey produced at the farm directly out of the beehive frames.

Here, Stan holds a bee frame packed with honey and Angela samples it.

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Stan explains how to charge the smoker with pine needles. He states the importance of not over smoking the bees in the hive.

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S & F Honey Farm Apiculture presentation participant Enrique looks on as Stan pulls out a queen frame from a bee box that’s designed for the cultivation of queen bees.

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Stan inspects a frame, he explains the difference between capped brood, untouched foundation and honey comb

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Stan inspects a frame, he explains the difference between capped brood, untouched foundation and honey comb.

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Stan holds up a bee frame from one of his hives and talks about the bee activity on the foundation of the frame.
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