This page attempts to connect those who want bees on their property with bees that want to have property to be on.
And what happens in the apiary stays in the apiary….
People seeking bees:
Aliyah Russell is Co-President of the Student Environmental Organization at Towson University. They are looking for a someone to keep bees on the campus. If you are interested, please contact Ms. Russell at arusse11_at_students.towson.edu.
Chris Watson manages a community garden food ministry in Middle River. He is looking for a beekeeper willing to keep a hive in the garden there. Chris can be reached by email at J.Chris.Watson_AT_Gmail.com or by phone at four four three — 7o3– eight 3 two 3.
Renee Howard has 15 acres in Norrisville, MD for beekeepers who need a place for their hives. Call at
Fourr fourr threee – 6sevenseven – 3O19(cell) or 4OneZero – 69two – 568two (home) or e mail at
Steve Brooks has ten acres loaded with tulip poplar, black locust and clover for one to keep their bees on Gores Mill Road, Reisterstown. Phone number is (410 608 -six four two three. Can be reached by email at elswhere at verizon dot net.
Robert Brumback has 34 acres of open land and woods in Butler, MD and would welcome bees there.
(brumbackr at yahoo dot com, 410-472-two nine nine four)
Sally Cocks, Monkton, has 2 possible locations with vehicle access and a southern view, room for 6-10 hives (410 472 oh nine five nine); email is aarnold at twsb dot org, or sbcocks at gmail dot com. Both emails are her daughters’ so explain yourself if you write.)
Ian Parrish has 40 accessible acres in northern Baltimore Co. with diverse habitat. Reach him at: ian at investorsunited dot com, or 443.506. four nine two one.
Francis Knott has 55 acres in the White Hall area near Jarrettsville. He can be reached at: fxk at deco-sign dot com, or 410 – three 0h three – fifty-one eighty-three.
Michael Moran, on Keeney Mill Rd. in Freeland, MD, has 8 acres (3 open) that open on a sunny south slope. Access is available any time via the driveway. Call 410 357 zero seven four seven.
A party in Parkton, MD, is looking for a beekeeper to place beehives. Lots of acreage with a few acres dedicated to mature holly trees. Email Dennis Hertzog (email@example.com) for additional info.
Dave Sedgwick has 5 acres in Hunt Valley, MD, and is interested in hosting hives. He may ask for a few jars of honey in the bargain. If interested, contact him at dsedgwick_at_mac.com.
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