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The following individuals have property on which they would like hives located. If you have a hive(s) and are interested in any of these locations, you may contact the person directly. The West Plains Beekeepers Association does not accept any responsibility for any arrangements that are made.

 

The following individuals have hives and are interested in locating their hive(s) to another location. If you have a location that you would like to have hives, you may contact the person directly. The West Plains Beekeepers Association does not accept any responsibility for any arrangements that are made.

 NAME  PHONE NUMBER/EMAIL  DESCRIPTION OF AREA NOTES
Hollis Higgins  (509) 324-8890 home  In Spokane, one block from Corbin Park, residential area;  flowers and herbs (2019)  
Gayle Hennings  (509) 220-7551 cell; gaylehennings@aol.com  Acres near Medical Lake (2019)  
Martin Clutter  (509) 899-3952  Orchard location in Spring (2019)  
Valerie Fawcett  (509) 869-8088   11 acres in the Moran Prairie area with fruit trees, lavender, berries, etc. (2019)  
Sunny Luck

 (509)589-0350

max_luck@hotmail.com

In south Pend Oreille County, 160 acres about 3 miles from Diamond Lake. I have 160 acres of field and forest land with an 8 acre pond and no chemicals used. I would absolutely love to host hives for someone who knows what they’re doing . (2019)  
Chelsea Bell  (509) 869-0362  60 acres in Otis Orchards with surrounding alfalfa fields, wild flowers, fruit trees, etc. (2019)  
Jory Neville  mercifulking2016@gmail.com  Currently have two 30' cherry trees in full bloom, also have pear and apple trees and grape vines. Room for one hive. In Spokane Valley/Millwood area with many gardens and flowering trees nearby. (2019)  
Ronald VanAusdal  (509) 290-1540;  9.5 acres between Tylor and Cheney. We will be planting an orchard and would like to allow a hive in exchange for honey;(2019)