Spring is a time of awakening for many animals that hibernate over the cold months. And while temperatures may be warming in the region, it's not unusual to receive late snow in the high country. With the temperature flux comes a bit of advice from Donna Hartley, who, with her husband, owns Black Forest Honey.
For more information, you can contact the Pikes Peak Beekeepers Association.
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