Erika thompson beekeeper

Did you know that you have probably never seen a male honeybee? Or that bees communicate through interpretive dance? Or that bees can kill their queen in what’s…

Dec 27, 2019 · Erika Thompson, founder, and owner of Texas Beeworks has leveraged this into a full-time profession. “For an annual fee, I place my hives on landowners’ properties so that they can apply for a 1-d-1 Open Space land valuation, commonly called ‘Ag Exemption,” wrote Thompson via email to Reform Austin.

About the Beekeeper Erika Thompson is the founder and owner of Texas Beeworks. She is a member of the Texas Beekeepers Association, the American Honey Tasting Society, and the Texas Master Beekeeper Program. You can follow her beekeeping adventures on Instagram @texasbeeworks. Sandra Blankenship, Killeen, Texas. 601 likes · 17 talking about this. Retired Nurse, Army Spouse, and Family & Women's Advocate. Former Texas House and... 1,328 Likes, 35 Comments - ERIKA THOMPSON | BEEKEEPER (@texasbeeworks) on Instagram: “Can bees make colored honey? The answer is ‘yes’! While the colors of nectar in a hive will vary…” 1,328 Likes, 35 Comments - ERIKA THOMPSON | BEEKEEPER (@texasbeeworks) on Instagram: “Can bees make colored honey? The answer is ‘yes’! While the colors of nectar in a hive will vary…” Lessons typically last 1.5 - 2 hours for 1-4 hives. We don’t charge by the hour because we don’t think you should ever be watching your watch while inside of a beehive or rushing through a hive inspection. Our lessons are thorough, informative, and always taught by Texas Beeworks Founder and Owner, Erika Thompson.

Founded by Erika Thompson on the principle of putting hives before honey, Texas Beeworks supports the health and wellness of honeybees by offering beekeeping classes, private lessons, beekeeping services for ag exemption purposes, mentorships, and more. Beekeeping for the Ag Exemption 1,328 Likes, 35 Comments - ERIKA THOMPSON | BEEKEEPER (@texasbeeworks) on Instagram: “Can bees make colored honey? The answer is ‘yes’! While the colors of nectar in a hive will vary…”