Dave Cushman's Website
There are a
couple of notices on the Website
page. One gives information to visitors on what is happening to this
website since Dave Cushman's death, the other is the response to text
being copied from this website to another one.
Old Home Page
Dave Cushman's website is a huge resource that is considered by many to be the world's most comprehensive and authoritative beekeeping website. Dave was disabled in his latter years, with limited physical ability. He spent much of his time finding or writing material for this facility. He was rightly proud of it. Dave passed away on 22nd February 2011 and I am continuing to maintain it according to his wishes.
Regular visitors will have been used to a front page that was essentially the same for some time. It was pointed out to me by some first time visitors that it was very confusing, so I have separated the topics as follows;-
The Subject Index will take you to a page that will help you find what you are looking for by subject e.g. "swarming", which should have everything to do with swarming.
The A-Z Index has not changed. Pages are listed where you can find the individual topic e.g. "artificial swarming" if you can't find it in the Subject Index. There will be many more topics here that aren't featured in the Subject Index, possibly because they are difficult to classify.
Dave Cushman. These are pages of a personal nature.
Non-beekeeping. It's what it says and will include such subjects as shooting, model aircraft, etc.
Old Home Page. For those who prefer to use this access route.
I hope the changes make it easy for everyone to quickly access the information they need.
There is a lot happening to this website. Following strong messages from users I will not be changing the format as it is felt it is "Dave's style". I hope you find what you are looking for. Please return regularly.
Dave deliberately held no
copyright and granted free use of any
material or software, apart from family photographs, all of which are
copyright. Some are the copyright of his sister Anji Cushman
and some others are the copyright of his father, Albert Cushman. Please
policy of this website has always be openness and will continue to be
so. If you wish to use material you are welcome to do so, but please
give a credit as follows - "Credit: Dave Cushman's website".