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Possible Interviews for Beekeepers?

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#1 Offline cap_backfire - Posted March 24 2021 - 11:48 AM


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First off, sorry for not coming up with a cool name for you guys, like I did for the termite people but.... I mean, "Beekeepers" is pretty much nailing it.   Anyway... 

I run a budding YouTube/ Livestream/ Interview channel and we are interviewing people from across the "microfauna" spectrum.   I put that in quotes because I put just about everything you could feasibly raise in a container of any size into microfauna-up to reptiles and down to springtails.   I suppose tardigrades and... I'm off topic.  

What I'm saying is that I would LOVE to interview someone who is involved in bees and knows their stuff.  I know very little as someone who just likes to make his yard a haven for bees at this point, but am fascinated by their keeping and maintenance.   


So if you are interested or know someone who MIGHT be interested, please send them (or yourself) to this post, or to my email at joshuawinterfeldt@gmail.com.  

To all the devs of this board, this is the last such post I will make and will only promote the videos Formiculture.com members are involved in.    

Thanks in advance and I hope to hear from some of you soon!   

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