Puget Sound Beekeepers AssociationPromotes the common interest and general welfare of beekeeping to protect honeybees, to educate beekeepers, encourage good bee management practices, and to encourage good public relations between beekeepers and the public.
Resident BeesNative bumble bee and orchard mason bees – their seasonal cycles and habitat needs. WSU Master Gardeners, King County, April 7, 2002.
Varroa Mite ControlVarroa mites and tracheal mites are responsible for the devastating decline in bee populations nation-wide. James Amrine, Jr., of West Virginia University. 1996.
Washington State Beekeepers’ AssociationServes Washington State Beekeepers and the agricultural community through support for research and education of bee issues and promoting beekeeping and bee products. Contains many associated links for information about honeybees.