We have recently redone our site from the ground up.
Here at Golden Rule Honey, we are unabashed fans of the basic research being done by Dr. Nancy Moran and her team at Yale University on the microbes associated with honeybees. Here is the latest study out, and it includes comparisons of the antibiotic resistance of the microbes
In many ways, the 2008 Organic Beekeepers meeting in Oracle Arizona (run by Dee Lusby) was ground zero for the 'modern treatment free beekeeping movement' (if there is such a thing).
Here is a very close up film of a worker bee chewing her way out of her cell. Shot on my kitchen table.
This is a talk I gave as part of an event where everyone had 20 slides and a fixed 15 seconds for each slide. It was part of a crafting event, and was in the large audotorium of the Frank Gehry building at MIT.
The slides got mangled, but can be downloaded separately here.
This is an audio recording of Laurie "Ramona" Herboldsheimer's November 2008 talk at the Nebraska State Beekeeping Association meeting. Of note is that this is the first time (to our knowledge) that anyone has suggested that moving a frame of capped brood from a strong hive to a weak one might , in addtion to adding bees to the population of the weak hive, also innoculate the weaker hive with microbes from the more successful one