4 responses to “Meet Beeologist in Residence Brian Campbell”

  1. Garden Communications

    Hi Ed, thank you for reading our blog post. It is often difficult to find the origin of some words that are now in circulation in our language – “beeology” and “beeologist” may be one of them as there has been references to beeology as far back as 1882: https://books.google.ca/books?id=pctJAAAAYAAJ&dq=who+coined+the+term+beeologist&q=beeology#v=snippet&q=beeology&f=false

    With this in mind, we consider it difficult to properly accredit the origin of a word such as “beeologist” to any one person. We hope this may assuage any concerns that you have.

  2. Ed Ballaly

    My friend Ernie coined the term “Beeologist” back in 1974 so give credit where credit is due.

  3. Garden Marketing

    Hi Rejean – you may want to try posting your question on our Forums – http://forums.botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/

  4. Réjean Gagnon

    Very interesting.

    I’m looking for black cedar seeds.
    Are they available somewhere?

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