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"This site, The Apis Information Resource Center, is experimental at the moment. It seeks to provide so-called “curative information†that is of value to those who are interested in the health, welfare and management of honey bees.

It is under development by Dr. Malcolm T. Sanford, Professor Emeritus, University of Florida, publisher of the Apis Newsletter, and Storey’s Guide to Keeping Honey Bees.

Among major topics in the main menu are included Ted Talks about honey bees, the current “talk of town†on the World Wide Web, a Chilean Beekeeping Database in Spanish, and posts to a previous blog.

Most prominent is a densely-linked database, A Treatise on Modern Honey Bee Management. Its purpose is to provide an informational structure, which addresses many of the key topics that concern beekeepers today. The site consists of a menu of static pages at the top of the screen when viewed on a laptop computer. On a phone or other portable device, the menu may be found located at the bottom portion of the screen. A significant number of sub menus are found in the database. Unfortunately, these are not readily accessible on android devices at the moment. The same links, however, are usually included in appropriate pages, which are accessible on all devices.

This site contains a dynamic blog of posts in a side bar. If applicable this information may be integrated into the site over time. Various contributors are being recruited to take part in the activities related to this web site. Finally it reveals that the author has been listed on the Fulbright Specialist Roster.

In conclusion, The Apis Information Resource Center is designed to encompass a gamut of content types. Its goal is to contribute to a better understanding of the issues that are faced by anyone who wishes to engage in one of humanity’s oldest agricultural endeavors. Your comments are solicited."
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