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  1. Honeybees face a new danger with the drought - Reno Gazette Journal

    Honeybees face a new danger with the drought
    Reno Gazette Journal
    Those are a few problems beekeepers face nationwide, but for those in the West, drought is another thing to add to that list. .... Both Joy and Rider recommend hobbyists to educate themselves on beekeeping by reading books or joining local organizations.

  2. Backyard beekeeping discussion stalls in Lafayette - Boulder Daily Camera

    Backyard beekeeping discussion stalls in Lafayette
    Boulder Daily Camera
    Lafayette's backyard beekeepers will be allowed to keep their hives at least through autumn as the city staff goes back to the drawing board to redraft a code amendment that would allow beekeeping with certain restrictions. Beekeeping is now banned ...

  3. LBI Foundation Hosts Honey Harvest and Pollinator Potluck Sept. 10 - The SandPaper

    LBI Foundation Hosts Honey Harvest and Pollinator Potluck Sept. 10
    The SandPaper
    Beekeeper Michael Long of Uriah Creek Apiaries will demonstrate how he harvests honey and will allow visitors to participate in uncapping the combs and spinning out the honey. Participants can bring honey- or pollinator-themed dishes for the potluck ...

  4. Record drought saps California honey production - Daily Local News

    Record drought saps California honey production
    Daily Local News
    Spencer Marshall, who maintains hives throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, said this is by far the worst year for honey production he's seen in five decades of beekeeping. When the drought ends, “the bees may come back, but the beekeepers may not,” ...

  5. First Fridays Ypsilanti, Honey Bee Festival present 'Festival of the Honey Bee' - Heritage Newspapers

    First Fridays Ypsilanti, Honey Bee Festival present 'Festival of the Honey Bee'
    Heritage Newspapers
    After that, taste fresh honeycomb and make a honey treat during an open forum presentation and discussion at "The Buzz About Bees" at 2 p.m. Local beekeeper Jamie Berlin of Ypsi Melissa and the Local Honey Project will share her work and the "state of ...
    Help stop the decline of bees with only a single window boxUniversity of Bristol

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  6. Saving America's honeybees - BBC News

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    Saving America's honeybees
    BBC News
    They are former Wisconsin "Honey Queens" - statewide ambassadors for the beekeeping and honey industry. Their job is to travel ... It is welcome news for Ryan Stern, a beekeeper who runs Concord Farms in Sullivan, Wisconsin. His business began as a ...

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  7. Beekeeper hopes to save bee population in Cape Fear region - StarNewsOnline.com

    Beekeeper hopes to save bee population in Cape Fear region
    StarNewsOnline.com
    Larry Wyte is the accidental beekeeper who started his hobby after receiving beekeeping equipment as a Christmas gift in 2012. Wyte joined a local beekeepers association and established his first hive last year. Not everyone liked the idea. One ...

  8. Beekeeping Long Illegal in New Bedford - ecoRI news

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    Beekeeping Long Illegal in New Bedford
    ecoRI news
    “There's been a tremendous interest in beekeeping as a hobby,” said Rick Reault, president of the Massachusetts Beekeepers Association. “Because of heightened awareness of colony collapse disorder, Massachusetts has been getting about 1,000 new ...

  9. Beehives atop City Library produce pounds of honey - KSL.com

    Beehives atop City Library produce pounds of honey
    KSL.com
    Whitby said beekeepers can help bolster the dwindling bee community, supporting the environment by adding some 40,000 to 50,000 bees per hive that fly about and help pollinate various vegetation and other food sources. Beekeeping became a ...

  10. New York beekeeper accused of defrauding on bees - Albany Times Union

    New York beekeeper accused of defrauding on bees
    Albany Times Union
    CANTON, N.Y. (AP) — A beekeeper is being accused of defrauding people in New York and Vermont out of thousands of dollars by failing to provide them with beehives. New York State Police charged 36-year-old John P. Clarke of the northern New York ...

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