What’s new for 2018?

Hello, guys and gals! Thank you all so much for checking us out!

This year is going to be very fun and, hopefully, educational. We are excited for spring because of all the pollinator action as well as new opportunities to make some new friends!

Last year was pretty busy for us! We were blessed to have met a lot of really awesome customers last year and we plan on serving more this year. For 2018, we are going to be doing a few things differently. Since the start, we have showcased a number of pest control companies on our “Friends of Honey Bees” page, as well as on Facebook. This year, we will also add a section for responsible and reliable beekeepers who may be able to help you with your needs.

It is our hope, to start a directory to aid customers and to build relationships with other beekeepers throughout Virginia and beyond.

If you, or someone you know, is a beekeeper and would like to be added to our list, please send us an email or leave a comment! We were so busy last year that we had to refer other beekeepers to take jobs that we could not get to in a timely manner. A big shout out to all who helped us last year!

This year is also going to be a fun year for educational purposes as well. Old Dominion Honey Bee Services will be doing a removal from the old Randolph Macon College campus in Boydton, Virginia! A specific date has not been set, as we are still working with the Old Brunswick Historical Foundation to work out details and attendance limits. We are hoping to turn this into an educational workshop and allow students from the current Randolph Macon College to attend.

Please, visit our site often! We will be adding new content throughout the year.

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