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Welcome Jacqueline Freeman of The Song of Increase: Returning to Our Sacred Partnership w/ Honeybees

 
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This week Jacqueline Freeman will be joining us to talk about all sorts of topics regarding bees!

There are four copies of her brand new book, The Song of Increase: Returning to Our Sacred Partnership with Honeybees up for grabs.

Jacqueline will be stopping by on the forum over the next few days answering questions and joining in discussions.

From now through this Friday, any posts in this forum, ie the honeybee forum, could be selected to win.

To win, you must use a name that follows our naming policy and you must have your email set up in Paul's Daily-ish email.

The winner will be notified by email and must respond within 24 hours.

Posts in this thread won't count, but please feel free to say hi to Jacqueline and make her feel welcome!
 
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Hello Jacqueline! Thanks for joining us here! Looking forward to your kind wisdom.
 
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welcome Jacqueline went ahead and bought your book can't wait for it thanks.
 
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Hi Jacqueline, I'm super excited about your book and glad you're out here, I have loved every time you've been on with Paul's podcasts and your website is great Thanks
 
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Welcome Jacqueline. I'm eager to read your new book and learn more about bees. My grandfather owned them and I have many fond memories. I'm a newbie and am sure I would be greatly helped through the information in your book.
 
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Hey there Jacqueline! Thank you for taking time to teach us about honeybees! I'm eager to learn and hope to ask lots of questions along the way!!! So much to learn for all of us,it's awesome!!!
 
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Welcome, Jacqueline! Looking forward to our interactions here on Permies - and SO looking forward to reading your book! THANK YOU for taking time to be with all of us here and help us better appreciate honeybees and our native pollinator friends!
 
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Welcome Jacqueline, from across the river in Cully!

I took a class at your farm last spring. Can't wait to see your new book.
 
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Hi Jacqueline! Great timing for me as I am just starting my research and developing interest in having Honeybees at our farm. I look forward to learning from you and reading your book! Thanks!
 
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Well gosh, that's a nice welcome. I'm eager to start discussions so.... off I go to read and respond. We've got frost on the ground this morming so not much bee activity but I expect the gals out later when the day warms up.

Jacqueline

www.SpiritBee.com
Friendly Haven Rise Farm
Battle Ground, WA
 
Mark Morgan
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Hi Jacqueline,
I bought my wife a Langstroth hive for her birthday back in December, we have been to Bee classes and have been told a bunch about how chemical treatments are required or our Bee's just wont make it due to mites Etc. I also bought her a nuke Bee package that will be coming from California probably the third week in April. We do not want to treat the Bees with any chemicals, and my wife wants to keep them naturally in the Langstroth hive. Is this possible, and how do we proceed?

Mark
 
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So I ran the winner picker app in the forum software and we have 2 winners. (sorry I am so late, I have been at PV2 so I have a good excuse)

David Livingston
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Valerie Dawnstar

Congratulations David and Valeri!

I sent you an email to ask for the email address of the person that first referred you to Permies.com. That person (if qualified) will also get a copy of the book and a permies care package.
 
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Thank you so very much! I am sooo looking forward to this!
 
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