February 2023

February 3, 2023

Emily and I sit down with Nate Reid, our Head Beekeeper at the time, and Caitlin Duennebiar, our Boston Regional Operations Manager, and officially propose the schedule and formalize the plan. The schedule is edited and we end up deciding to start practicing in April, getting started for real at the end of April, and then conduct our last graft July 27, with the last queens to be caught on August 26th. 

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