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  1. Beekeeper Kirk Webster to Speak at Sterling College - vtdigger.org


    Beekeeper Kirk Webster to Speak at Sterling College
    vtdigger.org
    People in Vermont who wish to take advantage of their location and get an overview of beginning beekeeping should come to “Beekeeping in Vermont,” a talk by Kirk Webster, at Sterling College. Webster is a beekeeper in the Champlain Valley of Vermont ...

  2. Beekeeping hobbyist to offer one-day class - Sturgis Journal


    Sturgis Journal

    Beekeeping hobbyist to offer one-day class
    Sturgis Journal
    As much as Showalter loves working with bees, he said his focus as owner of Beeline Apiaries and Woodenware is on manufacturing the equipment necessary to beekeepers. He has a 48-page catalog and a warehouse with a mind-boggling amount of wood ...
    Getting into beesFG Insight
    Benefits of bees and problems they face highlighted at Stoke Ferry Agricultural Society meetingLynn News

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  3. Winter teaches harsh lesson about beekeeping - Grand Junction Daily Sentinel


    Winter teaches harsh lesson about beekeeping
    Grand Junction Daily Sentinel
    I lost my beehive this winter. As a novice beekeeper with only one season under my belt, the tragedy was painful. I was saddened by my lack of knowledge to better protect them while realizing how fragile this specialized insect really is. Losing the ...

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  4. Norwich English professor has a sweet hobby on the side — The ... - The Norwich Guidon


    The Norwich Guidon

    Norwich English professor has a sweet hobby on the side — The...
    The Norwich Guidon
    Professor Patricia J. Ferreira is a world literature professor at Norwich University, but in her spare time, she has a fascinating second profession, as a beekeeper ...
    Life | Westminster Colorado | Westminsterwindow.comThe Westminster Window
    Are rooftop beehives just a brand buzz exercise for companies?The Conversation UK

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  5. Mooresville beekeeper has 250K bees stolen - Mooresville Tribune


    Mooresville beekeeper has 250K bees stolen
    Mooresville Tribune
    Cloninger said wild bee populations have died off, which makes bees owned by beekeepers more valuable and the likely reason for the theft. Beekeeping also has high startup costs and low revenue, which may also motivate a theft, he added. Cloninger ...

  6. Local beekeepers association set to host beginner course - Kingsport Times News


    Kingsport Times News

    Local beekeepers association set to host beginner course
    Kingsport Times News
    The Washington County Beekeepers Association is hosting a beginner beekeeping course Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray. Registration will begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday with classes running from 6 to 9 p.m. ...

  7. The Buzz on Beekeeping at 2017 Geneva Bee Conference - Story - My Twin Tiers.com


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    The Buzz on Beekeeping at 2017 Geneva Bee Conference - Story
    My Twin Tiers.com
    Bees may scare people but they need your help. Hundreds gathered for the Annual Bee Conference in Geneva Saturday.
    Beekeeping 101: Quick Guide To Starting A Hive - The InquisitrThe Inquisitr

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  8. Group hosting beginner beekeeper class - Mount Vernon News (press release) (subscription) (blog)


    Group hosting beginner beekeeper class
    Mount Vernon News (press release) (subscription) (blog)
    MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Beekeepers Association, for the fifth year in a row, hosted a Beginner Beekeeping I class on Feb. 11. Over 50 new beekeepers came to learn the basics of honey bee husbandry: Including necessary equipment and how ...

  9. Beginning beekeeping class is March 26 - News - Siskiyou Daily ... - Siskiyou Daily News


    Beginning beekeeping class is March 26 - News - Siskiyou Daily...
    Siskiyou Daily News
    Raven Tree-Wild Bird and Nature Shop is offering a Beginning Beekeeping class on Saturday, March 26 from 9 a.m.–noon at the Mt. Shasta City Park Lower ...

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  10. Study 'Pollinators, Beekeeping, and Products From the Hive' at Sterling College - vtdigger.org


    Study 'Pollinators, Beekeeping, and Products From the Hive' at Sterling College
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    Conrad is the author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture (second edition, Chelsea Green, 2013) and a former president of the Vermont Beekeeper's Association. His human-scale beekeeping business Dancing Bee Gardens ...