About Frank the Beeman

Frank Mortimer is the author of Bee People and the Bugs They Love, (Kensington Publishing, March 2021) an adjunct instructor at the Cornell University Master Beekeeping Program, former Vice President of the New Jersey State Beekeepers Association, and a Certified Master Beekeeper. Frank has promoted beekeeping throughout the Northeast by speaking to everyone from school children to gardening clubs and civic organizations. He has led beekeeping seminars across the Northeast and at The New York Botanical Garden. In addition, he successfully campaigned for his hometown of Ridgewood to become New Jersey’s first “Bee City USA.” Frank is married, has three children, and beekeeping is something the whole family enjoys doing together.

The Chris Voss Show

By |2021-05-19T16:35:56-04:00May 19th, 2021|Beekeeping, Podcasts, The Bee Book|

The Chris Voss Show is hosted at http://thechrisvossshow.com. Chris Voss is the CEO/Host of The Chris Voss Show & Chris Voss Podcast Network, Consultant, Speaker, Youtuber, Winner of Numerous Awards: Forbes Top 50, and has an audience of over 400,000 on Social Media Platforms.

Digging in the Dirt

By |2021-05-05T09:38:31-04:00April 26th, 2021|Beekeeping, Podcasts, The Bee Book|

Kevin Gallagher likes to dig. He especially enjoys digging in places he’s never dug before because he never knows what he’ll find. Today he found Frank The Beeman to interview regarding bees, the environment as it pertains to them, and how to help save the bees. To know Kevin is to know he likes to share his treasures, whether it’s the garlic he dug out of the soil or the music he pulls up out of WPKNs musical well

Beekeeping: An Earth Day Tribute

By |2021-04-11T17:58:54-04:00April 21st, 2021|Beekeeping, The Bee Book|

Beekeeping: An Earth Day Tribute. As a beekeeper, Earth Day is always a special day for me. It’s usually right around this time, mid-to-late April, when all the flowers, trees, and plants come to life and burst with color. Earth Day is also special as it’s a celebration of all nature’s beauty and wonder, which is a welcome return after a long, cold winter. Every year the day is buzzing, as everyone is so happy to be outdoors, in the sun and close to nature.

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