College Station, Texas – December 30, 2021 – Funded by a Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Professional Development Program grant, AgriLogic Consulting, LLC in cooperation with Texas Beekeepers Association (TBA), the Texas Apiary Inspection Service (TAIS), Texas AgriLife Extension Service (TAES) and several Master Beekeepers have compiled this website resource in an attempt to transfer the wealth of knowledge and wisdom that currently exists within the beekeeping community itself, into a basic understanding and education of apiculture to beginning beekeepers of all ages and those who may wish to lead and guide them.
The website and its content is intended to be used by both the educators as well as those seeking to learn. The target audiences for this grant project were (1) agricultural extension agents serving the 254 Texas counties; (2) 4-H extension agents/FFA sponsors wishing to offer beekeeping contests, clinics or competition options to their youth; and (3) existing beekeepers wishing to serve as mentors to youth and new beekeepers.
We hope that you will find the site to be fun, easy to navigate, useful and most of all informative as you begin your beekeeping journey or help someone else begin theirs! The website is available free of charge and can be accessed at www.texasbeekeeping101.com. All county offices, clubs, etc. are welcome to include a link to this website on their existing websites as deemed applicable.
Please direct all questions about this resource or the project to email@example.com and learn more about AgriLogic’s current and past projects at www.agrilogicconsulting.com.