Our community

David Williamson aka the Bearded Beekeeper, is a Yorkshire beekeeper, with over 20 colonies. “What got me into Beekeeping? I was studying ‘Change’ and how people in general reacted to it, especially when they perceived that it was enforced upon them. During a discussion about change with a professor, I was advised that I should research…

Find a mentor

Mentoring is a traditional way for beekeepers to teach people starting beekeeping about how to take care of bees. If you want to find a mentor to help you just go to Community – Mentorship – Find e mentor, browse the list of experienced beekeepers who can offer you support and advice, and start communication by…

Community support

Apiary Book Community Support is a place where beekeepers can request or offer help in their community. Using Community Support you can: 1. respond to requests for help or create a new post to let others know how you can help; 2. request help for yourself by creating posts about what you need or searching…

Community Public Profile

As part of our efforts to support and promote the beekeepers, today we announce the launch of a new feature that helps Apiary Book users to build strong personal connection and relationship with customers: Community Public Profile. Benefits: – digital business card with your professional details – personalized web address – qr code for sharing info with…

Live Chat

There are now tens of thousands of beekeepers around the world using the Apiary Book management solution. As that community continues to grow, we’re committed to helping each beekeeper achieve its goals. That’s why we are now offering the Live Chat feature. Now you have access to one-on-one support through live online chat. By clicking…