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  1. This Morning: Fancy beekeeping? 24000 of us keep bees - Yahoo TV UK

    Yahoo TV UK

    This Morning: Fancy beekeeping? 24000 of us keep bees
    Yahoo TV UK
    I love bees. I interviewed a beekeeper last year and learned so much about them that I now rescue any I find stuck in the house and I've bought lots of bee-friendly plants for my garden. They need all the help they can get, so it's great news to hear ...

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  2. Beekeepers: 50 to 80 percent of Ohio bees lost over winter - WLWT Cincinnati

    WLWT Cincinnati

    Beekeepers: 50 to 80 percent of Ohio bees lost over winter
    WLWT Cincinnati
    State agriculture officials say Ohio beekeepers lost 50 to 80 percent of their honeybees over the harsh winter, threatening the farming industry. Related. Ohio state park facilities to be... Gay rights group seeks to expand Ohio... 4 arrested in ...
    Harsh Ohio winter, pesticides take toll on honeybees; agricultural industry ...The Tribune

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  3. Backyard Beekeeping for Beginners - Mother Earth News

    Mother Earth News

    Backyard Beekeeping for Beginners
    Mother Earth News
    The Beginner's Guide to Beekeeping (Voyageur Press, 2013) can help you start your first beehive the right way. Veteran beekeepers and farming professionals Daniel and Samantha Johnson walk you through their tips on raising honey bees. Use this excerpt ...
    Honey Bee Ware encouraging beginning beekeepersAgri-View
    In Celebration of BeesEcology Global Network
    Be mindful of bees during delayed planting this seasonagprofessional.com
    Fruitnet.com
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  4. It's a buzzy time of year for beekeepers - Chelmsford Weekly News

    Chelmsford Weekly News

    It's a buzzy time of year for beekeepers
    Chelmsford Weekly News
    A swarm of thousands of bees was removed from the garden of a Heybridge home last Thursday. Between 15 and 20 thousand bees had to be removed by Dengie and Maldon Beekeepers, Glenn and Carlie Mayes. Carlie, 50, secretary of Dengie and Maldon ...

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  5. The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers - Grist

    The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers
    Grist
    Farrington tells me that Elevator B played a significant role in stimulating a city-wide interest in beekeeping, and creating the network of beekeepers that exists today: “People would come and visit the [site], and ask, 'Oh, how can I get a hive at my ...

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  6. Urban beekeeping in Ljubljana - Greenfudge.org

    Urban beekeeping in Ljubljana
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    Although urban beekeeping is still developing, beekeeping in general has a long tradition in Slovenia. According to Noč, Slovenia has the highest concentration of bees in Europe, and with 10,000 beekeepers, Slovenia is the second country in Europe in ...

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  7. Duchy of Lancaster announces beekeeping grant to combat bee decline - Blue & Green Tomorrow

    Blackburn Citizen

    Duchy of Lancaster announces beekeeping grant to combat bee decline
    Blue & Green Tomorrow
    Thompson added, “As one of the main hindrances for aspiring beekeepers is the associated start-up cost, we are proposing to offer a grant to cover the initial cost should any of the Duchy's tenants wish to keep bees. “The grant will cover a beginners ...
    Funds for East Lancs farmers to curb decline in beesBlackburn Citizen
    New grant aims to support declining bee populationFarming UK
    Money to help save our beesGarstang Today

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  8. Michigan beekeepers breeding hardier "survivor bees" - Interlochen

    Michigan beekeepers breeding hardier "survivor bees"
    Interlochen
    Commercial migratory beekeepers, on the other hand, usually move their bees south. Griswold says it's tough for his bees to get through the winter. “The subzero weather is a little concerning especially in the month of March, late in the season like ...

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  9. Bee season: Beekeepers of the Bitterroot preparing for arrival of new colonies - Prairie Star

    Bee season: Beekeepers of the Bitterroot preparing for arrival of new colonies
    Prairie Star
    Hamilton resident Jack Casbara is new to beekeeping and attends Beekeepers of the Bitterroot meetings. “I'm a beekeeper, but not yet a honey producer,” he said. “I started for philosophical reasons. The challenges the bees are facing right now will ...

  10. Perils of Commercial Beekeeping - Town Hall

    Town Hall

    Perils of Commercial Beekeeping
    Town Hall
    One of America's earliest food crops – almonds – is also one of the most important for commercial beekeepers. Almonds depend on bees for pollination, but the explosive growth of this bumper crop taxes the very honeybees the industry needs to thrive.

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