As reported in a previous article, in April we set up two hives at the rear of our ten acre campus as our small contribution to help restore the imperiled bee population (after all 'Environmental' is our middle name), and perhaps reap a little honey in the process. Little did we realize what terrific workers our new staff would bee (sorry, couldn’t help it). In just 30 days these industrious little creatures have already produced over one hundred ounces of delicious honey. Much to our surprise the acres of rather drab pasture land surrounding our facility are in reality a nectar paradise. In the accompanying photo proud apprentice apiarist Fred Mueller and senior apiarist Randy Millier display some of the jars of their first harvest. We labeled these first containers “Mueller KLS-1 Bee Honey” after one of our most popular filterless natural gas separator models, the KLS-1-B.