Re: [TopHive] Digest Number 734
- I just completed the survey and found to my great surprise that there
was no question about what kind of hives are kept. This seems like a
serious flaw in the study, since we would probably all agree that
people who keep top-bars tend to be different from Lang. keepers.
"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious
life?" Mary Oliver
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> Who choses to be a beekeeper? - a research project From: Larry
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> Who choses to be a beekeeper? - a research project
> Posted by: "Larry" lkrengel@... flyboy280t
> Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:16 pm (PST)
> I have long wondered what draws a person to be a beekeeper. Are you
> I unique in some ways? Are there identifiable groups within the
> beekeeping community? Now Wendy Schweigert of Bradley University and I
> are beginning a project to look for answers to these questions. We
> would appreciate any from this group and their associates who would
> a few minutes to help us with this quest. Subjects from novice to
> well-seasoned, from the US and other countries, are needed. Below is
> the press release that will be showing up in BC and ABJ next month.
> survey is available at SurveyMonkey now. Thanks for your help.
> Larry Krengel
> I, along with Wendy Schweigert and a team of her students from
> will be conducting research about beekeepers and their
> The results of this research will be used to identify
> characteristics of
> those who chose to become beekeepers, to compare various subgroups of
> beekeepers with each other, and to compare other groups with
> If you are 18 years or older and keep bees you are invited to be a
> of this research by completing short anonymous survey about
> We are interested in new beekeeper as well as those who are
> Hobbyist, sideliners and commercial beekeepers are all invited to
> participate. The survey can be found at [URL for survey on
> surveymonkey.com]. The survey will be available online until February
> 14, 2010.
> If you have any questions about this research please feel free to
> contact Dr. Wendy Schweigert
> wendy@... <mailto:wendy@...>
> To access the survey click on the following link, or cut and paste it
> into your browser. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9NSWHZ5
> Larry Krengel
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