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  1. Community Calendar for July 24 - Hattiesburg American

    Hattiesburg American

    Community Calendar for July 24
    Hattiesburg American
    Tickets: $50 at the Hattiesburg Red Cross, 2020 Hardy St., or call 582-8151. • Meeting: Forrest/Lamar Beekeeping Club, 6 p.m., Lamar County Extension Office, 216 Shelby St., Purvis. Established beekeepers to anyone looking to start beekeeping invited.

  2. Beekeeping bodies uniting voices with merger - Wanganui Chronicle

    Beekeeping bodies uniting voices with merger
    Wanganui Chronicle
    ... on June 24 when an independent facilitator was brought in so the 500 people at the conference could express their views, feelings and frustrations, Allan Richards, president of the southern North Island branch of the National Beekeepers ...

  3. Backyard beekeeping helping the plight of the honey bee - KATV

    Backyard beekeeping helping the plight of the honey bee
    KATV
    "It has not affected beekeepers in Arkansas as much as other places because we don't have as many commercial beekeepers here as other states do. It hasn't hit the hobbyist beekeepers quite as hard," Zawislak explained. "All of the extra media attention ...

  4. Research tackles colony collapse - Daily Astorian

    Research tackles colony collapse
    Daily Astorian
    An estimated one-third of the world's food supply depends on the work of pollinators, and commercial beekeeping services are especially critical to U.S. producers. California's almond crop alone requires about 1.6 million colonies, more than 60 percent ...

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  5. Health Benefits of Honey - Mother Earth News

    Mother Earth News

    Health Benefits of Honey
    Mother Earth News
    When buying honey, seek out local beekeepers and ask them about their beekeeping practices. Ask them if they're honey is raw, and how they deal with issues like varroa mites and small hive beetles. Some beekeepers use strong chemicals to fight these ...

  6. Honey is the bees knees for sibling apiarists - Manawatu Standard

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    Honey is the bees knees for sibling apiarists
    Manawatu Standard
    Matthew and Daniel Mason started beekeeping when they were just 12 and 14 years old. That was five years ago. ... It has grown and they now produce queen bees as cells, or live queens for North Island beekeepers. Matthew and Daniel say farmers like ...
    Study: Continued honey bee colony loss in the CommonwealthAugusta Free Press
    The Honey bee threat mirrors our ownMorrow County Sentinel

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  7. Clemson to host state beekeepers meeting - SCNow

    Clemson to host state beekeepers meeting
    SCNow
    A Journeyman Level beekeeping short course kicks off the conference Thursday afternoon with sessions on anatomy and physiology, diseases, pests and pesticides. Certification exams in the South Carolina Master Beekeeper Program will be held the next ...

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  8. Beekeeping all the buzz at Maple Ridge's Country Fest - Maple Ridge Times

    Beekeeping all the buzz at Maple Ridge's Country Fest
    Maple Ridge Times
    After Cukor lost his battle with cancer, his widow Zdenka became Jackson's beekeeping mentor. “She's been a beekeeper, she'll say, all her life,” Jackson said. “She's been a beekeeper for over 50 years.” Spending time with, and learning from, Zdenka ...

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  9. State fair to feature honey, bee-beard exhibit - ThisWeekNews

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    State fair to feature honey, bee-beard exhibit
    ThisWeekNews
    Ohio State Fair visitors should expect some buzz at a beekeeping exhibit, where a man will sport a beard of bees -- thousands of them. Canal Winchester resident Barry ... "What we look for is, what does a beekeeper bring to it?" she said. "We make sure ...

  10. A sweet hobby - Big Bear Grizzly

    A sweet hobby
    Big Bear Grizzly
    Colleen Sweeney started her beekeeping hobby about three years ago. ... Sweeney is the beekeeper behind Big Bear Lake Honey, a local product harvested from local pollen including buckwheat, rabbit brush, apricot mallow, sunflower and prickly poppy.