Our first begins in beekeeping we give credit to our daughter Jordan who babysat our neighbor bees. This sparked her interest in beekeeping, so she joined the WCABA (Williamson County Area Beekeepers Association). They offered a youth scholarship program. Which offered a hive, bees and all the equipment with it. All you had to do was attend the meetings and learn how to do beekeeping. Of course keep the bees alive for a year with the help of a mentor. This was the beginnings in beekeeping for Jordan and our family. It was through the Ed Wolfe-Robert Bost Memorial Scholarship with the WCABA youth scholarship program. Where we she learned and we also did to right along side of Jordan. As we became members of the WCABA also members of TBA (Texas Beekeepers Association). Where we attend monthly classes become more educated about bees.
Alaine is also member of the Texas Master Beekeeper Program. This program is thru Texas A&M TAMU EDU. It is a five-year program if you would like information on this go to https://masterbeekeeper.tamu.edu/program-requirements/
The requirements for the program are listed on the site. If you want to further your beekeeping education this program is for you.
´Our whole family is involved in our bee business. If they are not taking care of the bees in the bee-yard or they are processing honey or building boxes. We are a family owned and operated business.