Bee prepared with a new registry
Got a bee problem at your home or workplace? A new national bee registry might help you find a solution that’s good for the planet and for your property values. Launched by Abell Pest Control in collaboration with the University of Guelph’s Honey Bee Research Centre, the Canadian Pest Management Association and the National Pest Management Association, the online honey bee registry will connect homeowners with beekeepers. That way, the bees can be relocated to a safe new home rather than be killed.
“We’ve been working quietly to develop a network of beekeepers who can come and relocate swarms,” says Michael Heimbach, Abell’s director of business development and marketing. For more information, visit abellsavesbees.com.