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Mr. David Mendes

Vice President

American Beekeeping Federation

Direct Phone: (239) ***-****       

American Beekeeping Federation

P.O. 3525 Piedmont Rd. NE Bldg. 5 Suite 300

Atlanta, Georgia 30305

United States

Company Description

Beekeepers across the U.S. are joining the American Beekeeping Federation, the national association that makes a difference in the beekeeping industry. For over 50 years, the American Beekeeping Federation has been serving the needs of the U.S. beekeeper. ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

REGIONAL SALES MANAGER - OEM North East
Universal Lighting Technologies Inc

Representative To the Board of Directors
Florida State Beekeepers Association

Technology Advisory Board
Beelogics

Foundation Trustee
Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees , Inc.

Education

degree
business management and marketing
Long Island University

Web References (196 Total References)


2011 Speakers

www.easternapiculture.org, $reference.date [cached]

David Mendes operates 7000+ hives for crop pollination and honey production. With a home base in Fort Myers Florida, he brings bees to Maine for blueberry pollination and Massachusetts for cranberry pollination each summer, and now to California for almond pollination in the winter. In the Spring and Fall the bees make honey in Florida. Dave has been a full time commercial beekeeper since 1977. He is currently the President of the American Beekeeping Federation.


2011 EAS Program Notes

www.easternapiculture.org, $reference.date [cached]

Christi Heintz from the California Almond Board and Project Apis-m, and a bit later Everett Zurlindin (EAS 2011 President), and David Mendes from Florida, will talk about Pollination, the best practices side from Christi, and some new wrinkles from Everett for those of us without a 1000 colonies, but want a piece of the action…he's made it work for his part of New England, and maybe you can too.

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Randy is followed by Dave Mendes, Commercial beekeeper from Florida and Massachusetts and President of The American Beekeeping Federation; Marina Marchese, author on varietal honey, Mike Palmer on wintering, Diana Sammataro, USDA researcher from Tucson, on what's turning out to be a very critical topic, honey bee microbes.


2011 EAS Program Notes

www.easternapiculture.com, $reference.date [cached]

Christi Heintz from the California Almond Board and Project Apis-m, and a bit later Everett Zurlindin (EAS 2011 President), and David Mendes from Florida, will talk about Pollination, the best practices side from Christi, and some new wrinkles from Everett for those of us without a 1000 colonies, but want a piece of the action…he's made it work for his part of New England, and maybe you can too.

...
Randy is followed by Dave Mendes, Commercial beekeeper from Florida and Massachusetts and President of The American Beekeeping Federation; Marina Marchese, author on varietal honey, Mike Palmer on wintering, Diana Sammataro, USDA researcher from Tucson, on what's turning out to be a very critical topic, honey bee microbes.


2011 Speakers

www.easternapiculture.com, $reference.date [cached]

David Mendes operates 7000+ hives for crop pollination and honey production. With a home base in Fort Myers Florida, he brings bees to Maine for blueberry pollination and Massachusetts for cranberry pollination each summer, and now to California for almond pollination in the winter. In the Spring and Fall the bees make honey in Florida. Dave has been a full time commercial beekeeper since 1977. He is currently the President of the American Beekeeping Federation.


Latest USDA Research On Colony Collapse Disorder

gmo-journal.com, $reference.date [cached]

David Mendes, the president of the American Beekeeping Federation, for example, is only one of many who recognizes that while biological pathogens are involved, "there might be something that affects the bees' immune system in the first place that then allows these pathogens to infect them more easily."

BBC News article quoted David Mendes that:

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