CharlieBee in the News

September 10, 2020By CharlieUncategorized

Nice article in the recent Community Impact Newspaper. Click HERE to read on their site. Local beekeeper Charlie Agar devoted to protecting pollinators By┬áLauren Canterberry – Community Impact News When Charlie Agar got his first hive of bees in 2013, he said he could not have imagined that seven years later he would be performing … Read More

Comal County Master Gardeners – Beekeeping 101

August 17, 2020By CharlieUncategorized

I had the opportunity to present to the Comal County Master Beekeepers recently, and though I always prefer to meet folks in person, the Zoom call was the next best thing. I give some very basics on honeybee biology and what it takes to become a beekeeper (other than losing your dang mind). CLICK HERE … Read More

Swarm Catchin’

August 10, 2020By CharlieUncategorized

Oh how I do love catching swarms?! A swarm is “bees on the move” and if I catch them when they are in a “bivouac,” or hanging in a spot temporarily while they search for a new home, they’re usually happy to move into my bee box with all its good resources for them. “Swarming” … Read More