Honey bee colony declines have garnered immense public interest, and consequently there is a significant demand for the dissemination of apicultural information. The Oregon Master Beekeeper Program was developed in response to this increased interest in bees and beekeeping and a demand for a credible educational program for new beekeepers. The program focuses on hands-on training by matching students with volunteer mentors. Upon completion of the beginning (Apprentice) level, trained students may enroll in the advanced (Journey) level. This program has gained popularity and strives to educate beekeepers to promote sustainable beekeeping in the Pacific Northwest.
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Breece, C., & Sagili, R. (2015). Hands-On Training Emphasized in the Oregon Master Beekeeper Program. The Journal of Extension, 53(3), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss3/23