- One Dallas Woman's Journey to Backyard Beekeeping
Truth be told, Andreeva, a Bulgaria native, grew up around beekeeping, which is a common practice in the country. When her interest grew serious, she soaked up any research she could find—blogs, Facebook pages, and local educational classes. Once she ...
Great Lakes EchoInside the beekeeping boom
Great Lakes Echo
“Because the increase came so quickly, a lot of the clubs and standard places for education weren't able to handle that number of new beekeepers,” Millbrath says. Millbrath says a big part of the problem is all the beekeeping ideas flying around the ...
U.S. News & World ReportEvening Beekeeping Class Starts Monday in DeRidder | Louisiana...
U.S. News & World Report
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Training Center will be abuzz for the next few Monday evenings as the Southwest Louisiana ...
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Capital PressUC-Davis beekeepers' conference to cover changes in industry
“The Rapidly Changing Bee Scene” will be among the presentations at the Western Apicultural Society's 40th annual conference for beekeepers Sept. 5-8 at... Changes and advances in beekeeping will be highlighted in a conference for bee producers Sept.
6Sqft (blog)Beekeeping finds a home throughout NYC's five boroughs
Prior to a 2010 ruling, beekeeping existed in the five boroughs but only under the radar. At the time, the city deemed beekeeping to be as dangerous as keeping cobras, tarantulas, or hyenas on one's property. Indeed, if caught, underground beekeepers ...
- Beekeeping workshops offered July 24 through 26 in Perryton...
High Plains Journal
Three days of beekeeping information will be offered July 24 through 26 at workshops hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Ochiltree County.
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- 'Extraordinary' Swarm Of Aggressive Bees Attack NJ Beekeepers
... unusual, and almost unprecedented for the region. "I've never seen something like this in forty years of beekeeping," retired NYPD cop and bee guru Anthony "Tony Bees" Planakis told Gothamist. "If what they're saying really happened, that's ...
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KCETThe Honey Man of El Sereno Continues a 300-Year-Old Family Legacy of Beekeeping
Even beekeepers were off at war,” he explains. He quickly landed in Northern California, picking fruit, but eventually came to Los Angeles in 1946 and settled in El Sereno, then still more rural than suburban. With money he had saved, Soriano began ...