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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Byron 10 months ago.

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  • #7020

    susan rudnicki
    Moderator

    I don’t know how to work with this group on posting bee rescue jobs that need responses from the former Yahoo group of BBK. I have 2 clients needing help and offered to try to get their issues posted to the beeks, but this is looking dismal unless someone steers me straight. It looks like the BBK Yahoo group has been removed from the Web Susan

    #7021

    Rob McFarland
    Keymaster

    Thanks for raising this issue Susan. We’re working on the best solution to help connect people (discussion forums / rescues / need bees / etc), but it probably won’t be exactly as it once was, and as a result we’ll all have to be flexible as our community evolves. I’m of the belief that we’re on the path to becoming a more sustainable group, but that isn’t going to happen without some growing pains. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we figure out how to best serve the beekeeping community. Thanks!

    #7023

    Byron
    Participant

    Susan, this site is based on a format called wordpress. WordPress has it’s own forum/message board format, and there may or may not be a way to incorporate automatic forum post updates without having to individually subscribe to each topic. At the moment, the best way to communicate rescues via the board would be to start a new topic called “rescues” and encourage everyone to funnel all rescue information to that forum topic.

    - Byron

    #7024

    Byron
    Participant

    …or perhaps the name you’ve chosen for this board could serve the rescues.

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About susan rudnicki

Going into my 3rd year of beekeeping. Have 9 hives, work with the City of Manhattan Beach, re-homing bees in conflict with citizens. Allowed to keep bees at the Public Works yard (6 hives) in exchange for this work.

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