Here are links to suppliers, agencies and other bee-related stuff.
Most of these big equipment suppliers don't offer live bees.
Mann-Lake is the biggest. They offer free shipping over $100. They have a retail store in Woodland, CA.
Dadant is one of the oldest suppliers of beekeeping equipment. They are also the publishers of American Bee Journal, one of the two major beekeeping journals in the US.
Some fairly nearby suppliers of live bees. If you want a nuc, you will have to pick it up.
Club Members usually have local survivor bees for sale in Spring and early Summer. Come to a meeting and find out what they have.
Koehnen Bees https://www.koehnen.com/
American Bee Journal
You can preview their current issue on their web site.
The other major bee journal, formerly "Gleanings in Bee Culture". Published by the A.I. Root company for over a hundred years.
Vanishing of the Bees
DVD, documentary about the appearance of Colony Collapse Disorder in the winter of 2006, and the uphill battle that U.S. beekeepers have in fighting for the health of our bees.
National Honey Board
Everything you ever wanted to know about HONEY!! Lots of recipies with honey, too! They also have a great "Honey Locator", where you enter the variety of honey you are interested in, and it looks up places where you can get it.
Rotten a Netflix Original, check out Lawyers, Guns and Honey https://www.netflix.com/title/80146284
Honeybee Health Coalition Tools for Varroa Management https://honeybeehealthcoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/HBHC-Guide_Varroa-Interactive-PDF.pdf
Bringing up bees in your own backyard https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/bringing-up-bees-at-home/
Another article on bee identification https://www.angieslist.com/articles/homeowners-guide-bee-identification-angieslistcom.htm