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  1. One is done: The frustrations of beekeeping - Ames Tribune

    One is done: The frustrations of beekeeping
    Ames Tribune
    In recent years it's become all too common for hobbyist and small-scale beekeepers that don't send their colonies to over-winter in California (where they're used to pollinate almond groves) to lose some or all of their hives over the course of the winter.

  2. Breaks in cold weather essential for bees - Bangor Daily News

    Breaks in cold weather essential for bees
    Bangor Daily News
    This will sponsor the training of one or two new beekeepers each year through beginner and intermediate adult education classes, including textbooks, and ultimately assist some students with advanced level training. Students should be of high school or ...

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  3. Enterprising teen turns beekeeping hobby into business - Richmond-News

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    Enterprising teen turns beekeeping hobby into business
    Richmond-News
    Simpson is scheduled to give a presentation on his beekeeping business at the St. Croix Valley Beekeepers Association's March meeting. The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 12 at 7 p.m. The meetings are held at Peace Lutheran Church, 2084 ...

  4. Ten reasons to 'bee' one - Georgetown News Democrat

    Ten reasons to 'bee' one
    Georgetown News Democrat
    Gardening is one of the many hobbies that allow you to interact with nature and in doing so you create the beauty around you and reap the reward of fruits and vegetables from your garden. But have you ever considered another hobby that would compliment ...

  5. Klamath Basin Beekeepers to meet Saturday - Herald and News

    Klamath Basin Beekeepers to meet Saturday
    Herald and News
    The next meeting of the Klamath Basin Beekeepers will be 9 a.m. Saturday, at the Klamath Basin Research and Education Center, 6923 Washburn Way. The agenda will ... Report on the upcoming Apprentice Beekeeping class (beginning Feb. 6, with weekly ...

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  6. Grand Island Considering Beekeeping Within City Limits - NBC Nebraska

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    Grand Island Considering Beekeeping Within City Limits
    NBC Nebraska
    If there's no ordinance at all, then it leaves things open to where you can have abuses and people that just put bee hives in and then don't tend them at all which can cause problems," said Brian Nilson, the Vice President of the Nebraska Beekeepers ...
    Animal Advisory Board working to update bee regulationsGrand Island Independent

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  7. BEST BETS: Community events and announcements - Huntsville Item

    Huntsville Item

    BEST BETS: Community events and announcements
    Huntsville Item
    The Walker County Beekeepers will be kicking off the new year with a club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 29, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at ... Beekeepers president Ginger Plummer will talk about the “Business of Beekeeping.” She will cover the ...

  8. G.I. Considers Beekeeping Ordinance - NTV

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    G.I. Considers Beekeeping Ordinance
    NTV
    Grand Island, NE - There's city code confusion in Grand Island, where beekeepers are wondering if they have to buzz off. It was the topic of an Animal Advisory Board Meeting Wednesday. Hamilton County beekeeper Larry Keller testified. After 40 years of ...

  9. Home and Garden briefs for Jan. 29: Learn beekeeping, flower-garden expo - Daily Press

    Daily Press

    Home and Garden briefs for Jan. 29: Learn beekeeping, flower-garden expo
    Daily Press
    The Tabb Library is the site for two upcoming classes on beekeeping, one called "Queen Rearing" that takes place Saturday, Jan. 31 from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., according to the library's website. The course is offered by the Colonial Beekeepers Association.

  10. Annual Vermont Farm Show underway - The Eagle

    The Eagle

    Annual Vermont Farm Show underway
    The Eagle
    #This year's show features more than 150 agricultural exhibits, ranging from tractors to livestock to cutting-edge equipment, as well as twelve new 2015 exhibitors, including the Vermont Beekeeping Association and the Vermont Holstein Association as ...

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