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Some of the chemicals lure are used to lure bees to traps used by bee researchers – thank goodness I did my research first. In this quest to learn more about all these essential oils and bee versus beetle lures, I reached out to a mentor of mine.
I LOVE having mentors. I was a very high maintenance newbee – I was always asking questions and visiting with ideas. That behavior slowed down a lot until this past year. I’m back asking a whole new level of question.
And I am on the other end of mentoring now. There are some newbees who need a mentor and I know a speck more than they do so I’ve been in hives, answering questions, and demonstrating techniques.
My mentees are the BEST!! They ask great questions, are willing to try new things, and don’t mind me saying when I don’t know the answer. We’ve dealt with queenlessness, honey extraction, and wood versus plastic issues.
I will ALWAY need my mentors – being a beekeeper means saying curious, learning new things, and being willing to try something new. Having other experienced beekeepers to talk out ideas with is a great resource.
And I love my new role too. It is my honor and privilege to be that mentor back to new beekeepers.