The Princeton BEE Team

Yellow is the new Orange.


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Reply Smithc892
12:05 PM on April 13, 2017 
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Reply mimi mccroskey
3:42 PM on May 3, 2014 
Even though I know to bee ware of bees, I have loved them from childhood. I'm one of the few people I know who doesn't run away when approached by a bee...this is a beautiful site, thank you so much for creating and sharing it - thanks for bee-friending! (sorry)
Reply John Tierney
4:29 PM on May 3, 2012 
I would like help in starting a colony. Monmouth Junction NJ
Reply Howard Roth
9:30 PM on July 14, 2011 
Hi, I love your site. I make mead (have 5 gallons of christmas spice mead fermenting and 5 gallons of raspberry cyser bottle ageing.) Oh, and my son, Logan, will be a freshman (class of '15) starting this fall. Hopefully, you can recruit him to bee part of the Bee team!
Reply Michael Smith
6:31 AM on January 31, 2011 
Awesome website. Propoli the best I've seen. Love the photos and bee jokes. Although those aren't as punny as I'm used to. Hive been waiting to use that one for a while...
Cheers and great work!
Reply Bumbles
11:08 PM on September 27, 2010 
This is a beeutiful website, Hannah! Very creative, informative and fun. I'm excited to learn more about the bzzzzy activities and bzzzness of the Princeton Bee Team as times buzzes on.