MHBA Lending Library

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201.Honeybee Diseases and Pests
Marla Spivak and Gary Reuter
Call Number: 638.15 Spi c.5
202.The Hive and the Honey Bee
Due 12/14/18
203.The Beekeeper's Bible: Bees, Honey, Recipes, & Other Home Uses
Stewart, Tabori & Chang
Call Number: 638.1 Jon c2
204.Honeybee Democracy
Thomas D. Seeley
Call Number: 638.1 See c2
205.Beekeeping in Northern Climates
Basil Furgala; Gary Reuter; Marla Spivak
Call Number: 638.1 Fur c2
206.100 Plants to Feed the Bees
Eric Lee-Mader, Jarrod Fowler, Jillian Vento & Jennifer Hopwood
Call Number: 639.92 L470 c1
207.Bringing Nature Home: how you can sustain wildlife with native plants
Douglas W. Tallamy
Call Number: 639.9209 Tal c1
208.Bringing Nature Home: how you can sustain wildlife with native plants
Douglas W. Tallamy
Call Number: 639.9209 Tal c1
Angelo Prosperi-Porta
Call Number: 641.680 pro c1
210.The Fresh Honey Cookbook
Laurey Masterton
Call Number: 641.68 MAS c2
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Resources for beekeepers

The MHBA mobile lending library embodies our mission, “Better Beekeeping Through Education.” Our collection of over 120 books, educational videos and resources on honey bees, native pollinators, apiary products, and all the finer points of beekeeping is a great asset available to our members. Library resources are offered to MHBA members in good standing and are available at regularly scheduled meetings.

Library Basics


Limited to one month per item, all checked-out materials are due back at the next MHBA meeting. Items borrowed at the November meeting are due in February.

Member households may check out up to 2 items at regular meetings, or 3 items from November to February.

Lost or Overdue Items

Items not returned by the November meeting will be considered lost and borrower will be asked to reimburse the MHBA for the cost of the item(s).

Members with outstanding charges will not be allowed to borrow additional items until the MHBA is reimbursed for the missing or lost items.

Help the Library Grow

Donate your bee-related books and videos by giving them to the current librarian. You’ll earn the heartfelt thanks and appreciation of other MHBA members.