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  1. Bee whisperer's diary: Inside a beekeepers association annual meeting - Bangor Daily News

    Christian Science Monitor

    Bee whisperer's diary: Inside a beekeepers association annual meeting
    Bangor Daily News
    Growing bees in Oregon is not very different from Maine, but raising Africanized bees — often called killer bees — in Bolivia would not be my kind of beekeeping! He gave a couple of great presentations aimed at the beginner beekeeper and the experienced.
    Chelsea and Rob McFarland lure people into a sweet science: urban beekeepingChristian Science Monitor

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  2. Tennessee beekeepers concerned about dropping honeybee numbers - WBIR-TV

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    Tennessee beekeepers concerned about dropping honeybee numbers
    WBIR-TV
    For several years now, honeybee numbers nationwide have been dropping dramatically, and East Tennessee beekeepers are speaking about the importance of the honeybee population. ... Tennesseans interested in beekeeping may be eligible for a grant.

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  3. The demise of bees could mean the demise of food as we know it - Morrison County Record

    The demise of bees could mean the demise of food as we know it
    Morrison County Record
    She said that other beekeepers who transport their bees during the winter to pollinate almond trees, citrus trees and other warmer weather foods in southern climates say Minnesota is becoming barren because the food for the bees has no nutritional value.

  4. Minnesota honey makers hit the sweet spot - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

    Minnesota honey makers hit the sweet spot
    TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
    Local artisanal producers, drawn to beekeeping for many reasons, are producing honey that's as varied in color as flavor. Beekeepers, especially in the metro area, have hives scattered about the state, many in farmers' fields. The bees pollinate the ...

  5. Mesmerizing Photos Of Bees, From An Instagramming Beekeeper - Co.Exist

    Mesmerizing Photos Of Bees, From An Instagramming Beekeeper
    Co.Exist
    There were the normal photos of vacations, friends, her garden, and some bee photos. Then Kearney, a hobbyist beekeeper at the time, got serious about her hobby. She started teaching beekeeping classes, offering bee removal services, and building up ...

  6. 8 Days A Week: Oct. 30, 2014 - Plattsburgh Press Republican

    8 Days A Week: Oct. 30, 2014
    Plattsburgh Press Republican
    The deadline is 5 p.m. the preceding Friday. Information is published free of charge to all organizations, profit and nonprofit. Send information to: Nathan Ovalle, features editor, Press-Republican, 170 Margaret St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901; via fax ...

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  7. County Unanimously Approves Funding Study for Zoning Changes for Beekeepers - Times of San Diego

    Times of San Diego

    County Unanimously Approves Funding Study for Zoning Changes for Beekeepers
    Times of San Diego
    The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed Wednesday to spend $50,000 for an environmental study of proposed changes to zoning regulations for beekeepers. The county requires 600-foot setbacks between beekeeping operations ...
    County considers altering beekeeper zoning regulationsKUSI
    Onslow County Beekeepers Association Announces New Apprenticeship ProgramJacksonville Daily News
    County approves funding for beekeeper researchCBS 8 San Diego
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  8. Boggestow Garden Club meets in Sherborn Nov. 4 - Wicked Local Sherborn

    Boggestow Garden Club meets in Sherborn Nov. 4
    Wicked Local Sherborn
    He started beekeeping as a hobby, but it has become a large part of his life. ... Lulek is the past president of the Norfolk County Beekeepers Association and the NCBA Bee School director, as well as the past co-president of the Holliston Garden Club ...

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  9. County considers funding for beekeeper research - CBS 8 San Diego

    County considers funding for beekeeper research
    CBS 8 San Diego
    Supporters of the plan say that areas once suitable for beekeeping aren't any longer because of the region's growth. Also, those who work with European honey bees have been stung by Colony Collapse Disorder and the arrival of Africanized honey bees.

  10. County Supervisors Approve $50K For Beekeeping Study - KPBS

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    County Supervisors Approve $50K For Beekeeping Study
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    The county requires 600-foot setbacks between beekeeping operations and neighboring homes, but county staffers and beekeepers have been working to ease zoning regulations. "Over the past year, the biggest challenge has been trying to find that balance ...