Bees Removed from Buildings
Chad Dickinson has a structural engineering background and many years of construction experience. He specializes in bee removals from garages, shops, and sheds and is available for all types of removals. (Ada County)
Chad Dickinson 867-2409
Woodenware & Stuff
Mike Morrison (888-9531 or 863-6983 c) Call to buy hive boxes, frames and foundation. Competitive prices and no shipping charges. See Mike's list of available equipment on the TVBC Homepage under "Need Hive Components Fast?"
Ada County Mosquito Abatement
Visit the Ada County Mosquito Abatement website and read about opting-out of the spray program to protect your bees.
idahohoneybee.com, or call 208 899 9712.Frank Grover teaches basic beekeeping classes throughout the year. Check his website for information,
VBC members can contact those listed below to reserve a honey extractor. Member cost is $10.00 for the first 48hrs, $10.00 for each additional day and an extra $20.00, if additional cleaning is required.
Chad Dickinson (Maple Grove/Lake Hazel)
6525 S. Derbyshire Ave., Boise - Ph: 867 2409
Kevin Duesman (Harris Ranch/East Boise area)
7020 E. Pet Haven Ln., Boise – Ph: 861 7831
Doug Cleveland (12th Avenue South, Nampa)
312 Mountain View Dr., Nampa -Ph: 249 0780
James Barnes (Cloverdale/Ustick)
11964 W. Gunsmoke Dr., Boise - Ph: 869 6531
Want Bees in Your Backyard?
Several beekeepers in the area are offering to place a hive in your yard and tend the bees. Costs range from $175 to $250 per hive each year. Check with your local beekeeper on costs. The beekeeper provides all the woodenware, etc. You get to enjoy the bees, watch your pollination improve and split the honey harvest with the beekeeper. (This service is not affiliated with the Treasure Valley Beekeepers Club, we're just providing the information to the local public.)