Our main apiary lies along the George's River on a ridge of the Barrichois Hills at Scotch Lake in Cape Breton.

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Once per year on the first Sunday of June we invite the public to our introductory class about bees and beekeeping.

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Specialty honey, beeswax products, seasonal produce are some of the items you can purchase from Scotch Lake ...

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All beekeepers need the experience of another beekeeper from time to time.  We can always be better beekeepers.

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Understanding which insects can and will sting, along with their toxicity and pain thresholds, is the best defence for ...

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Honey bees will nest 6-10 feet off the ground and can be found in hollows of trees.  Scotch Lake Apiaries will pay ...

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Can you tell the difference between a domestic Honey Bee and a wild Bumble Bee or a Yellow Jacket Wasp?

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There are many bees that live here, not just the Honey Bees of the beekeeper, and they all do their part in pollination.

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A successful beekeeper is aware of the flora on which bees feed and is able to assess the output of a pasture.

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