Interested in taking a class on beekeeping?
The Indiana State Beekeepers Assn hosts a full-day beginners class each spring and fall. Check out their website for more info: ISBA Beekeeping School
Roger Graham, of Graham’s Beeworks in Morgantown offers classes on different topics (beginning, intermediate, raising queens, etc) throughout the year. Website not always up-to-date, so recommend you call.
The Indiana Beekeeping School is a non-profit organization which offers a Beginning Beekeeping class.
Dr. Greg Hunt, our Purdue Bee Researcher, maintains the Purdue Bee Hive.
Kathleen Prough is our State Apiary Inspector and has a lot of Indiana-specific beekeeping info on her site: Indiana DNR Beekeeping
Online Classes and Information
There are a multitude of beekeeping sites which offer online tutorials and classes. Here are a few we recommend.
Some excellent video lessons (3-10 minutes each) here from the Ohio State Beekeepers Association: Web-based Introductory Beekeeping
Dr. Dave Tarpy at North Carolina State offers webinars on different topics.
David & Sherri Burns, Illinois beekeepers, have over 150 online lessons: BasicBeekeeping
Michael Bush has an excellent book on Practical Beekeeping, but he also offers the content free here: The Practical Beekeeper
The Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium (MAAREC) has a wealth of information. (I particularly like the detailed pictures under the category of Parasites, Pests, Predators and Diseases.): MAAREC Beekeeping
Articles & Latest Research (there’s a lot of dubious info out there, here’s a source you can have some confidence in: Bee Health