Bees & Beekeeping in the News
Ulverston enthusiasts hope beekeeping venture will reach sticky end - NW Evening Mail
Ulverston enthusiasts hope beekeeping venture will reach sticky end
NW Evening Mail
hive of activity Members of Furness Beekeepers Association search for the queen bee in the hive at Ford Park, Ulverston. From left: David Walmsley, Emma Martindale, Allison Robson and Sarah McCormack JON GRANGER REF: 50075855B000.
Tasmanian beekeepers demand greater recognition in State Government's ... - ABC Online
ABC OnlineTasmanian beekeepers demand greater recognition in State Government's ...
The Tasmanian beekeeping industry is demanding greater recognition in the State Government's new World Heritage Area draft management plan. The Tasmanian Beekeepers Association says the industry, worth $4 million, and its importance to agriculture ...
Beekeeping For Beginners - Jefferson Public Radio
Jefferson Public RadioBeekeeping For Beginners
Jefferson Public Radio
So many people are interested in beekeeping right now, the next beginner class at the Southern Oregon Beekeepers Association sold out. The word is spreading about just how important bees are to the pollination of many plants, including many we depend ...
Harper Government Invests in Commercial Beekeeping to Bolster Agriculture ... - TheCropSite
TheCropSiteHarper Government Invests in Commercial Beekeeping to Bolster Agriculture ...
The Harper Government will provide $140,000 in funding provided through the Western Diversification Program towards the establishment of a commercial beekeeping program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Honeybee pollination in B.C. is responsible ...
A Father-Son Team Raises $10 Million for Their Beekeeping Invention on ... - Entrepreneur
EntrepreneurA Father-Son Team Raises $10 Million for Their Beekeeping Invention on ...
A new honey-harvesting beekeeping invention has raised some impressive buzz to the tune of $10 million. Cedar and Stuart Anderson, a father and son beekeeper duo from Australia spent 10 years perfecting an invention that radically improves the ...
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Bristol County Beekeepers forum to focus on species' peril - Enterprise News
Bristol County Beekeepers forum to focus on species' peril
DIGHTON –A group of local beekeeping experts and enthusiasts will convene Friday, April 17 to discuss the precarious state of bee colonies here and abroad. Billed as Saving Our Pollinators II, the free event will be held from 7-9 p.m., in Bristol ...
Beekeepers, bee experts will discuss precarious state of colonies on April 17 - Taunton Daily Gazette
Taunton Daily GazetteBeekeepers, bee experts will discuss precarious state of colonies on April 17
Taunton Daily Gazette
DIGHTON — Two days after the international celebration of Earth Day, a group of beekeeping experts and enthusiasts will convene to discuss the precarious state of bee colonies. Billed as Saving Our Pollinators II, the free event will be held April 17 ...
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This 'Honey on Tap' Beehive Design Just Raised $9 Million on Indiegogo - Popular Mechanics
Popular MechanicsThis 'Honey on Tap' Beehive Design Just Raised $9 Million on Indiegogo
The Flow hive has amassed $8.9 million from more than 25,000 backers in one month (the goal was just $70,000), a possible sign that the urban-hipster revival of beekeeping is still alive, even as the U.S. honeybee population continues to die off. (The ...
Controversy over beekeeping standards defused - Capital Press
Capital PressControversy over beekeeping standards defused
“We're really terrified of this,” Joe Maresh, president of the Portland Metro Beekeepers Association, said at the time. Rep. Chris Gorsek, D-Troutdale, said the bill's intent was to set a baseline for residential beekeeping rules, which currently vary ...
Flow Hive creates a buzz among beekeepers - Farm and Dairy
Flow Hive creates a buzz among beekeepers
Farm and Dairy
Traditional beekeeping involves cracking and pulling apart the hive to retrieve the honey. After putting on protective gear, beekeepers have to smoke the bees in order to sedate them, then crack the hive open, remove frames and brush the bees off of them.