Welcome. This is the home web site for the various projects that I run in the effort to keep bees alive and thriving in the Omaha/metro area
My name is Tony Sandoval. I am a beekeeping instructor currently offering classes at Metro Community College, Lauritzen Gardens and Scatter Joy Acres. I teach “Beehooliganism” which is a humorous, irreverent conversation about beekeeping. It is very focused on an individualized, self-determined approach to bees and beekeeping that emphasizes the importance for each indvidual beekeeper to set their own goals and objectives for their beekeeping efforts and to determine what success is based on those for themselves.
Listen to the Beehooligans podcast episodes on our Archives page
The Beehooligans are my “crew” which is made up of a volunteer team who work to rescue bees and get them to the Rescue & Teaching Apiary. We also manage and maintain the Rescue & Teaching apiary at Scatter Joy Acres (49th& Newport Ave in North Omaha).
If you are taking beekeeping classes that I teach, you will find usable downloads and official class notes on this website as well.