Karen White, author of "Flight Patterns." - Durham Herald Sun
Durham Herald SunKaren White, author of "Flight Patterns."
Durham Herald Sun
Bees are the common strain between the characters in “Flight Patterns,” beginning in France during World War II when a beekeeper flees the Germans and entrusts his little daughter with neighbors, along with a piece of bee-patterned fine china.
Rocket Grant winner melds science and art in beehive project for Kansas City Zoo - Kansas City Star
Kansas City StarRocket Grant winner melds science and art in beehive project for Kansas City Zoo
Kansas City Star
Q: How is a Haven hive different from a commercial beekeeping hive? A: A traditional hive is a compromise between what the bees want and what the beekeeper needs to manage the bees and get the honey from the bees and transport the bees across the ...
Honey extraction sweet for local beekeepers - Dothan Eagle
Honey extraction sweet for local beekeepers
“There is a declining population and some people become interested in beekeeping to help preserve the population,” County Agent Phillip Carter said. Honey is connected to several health and wellness benefits. » Honey is anti-bacterial. A study ...
Floyd County beekeeping class educational, popular - Washington Times Herald
Grand Forks HeraldFloyd County beekeeping class educational, popular
Washington Times Herald
While 15,000 bees sound like a lot, at their peak this summer the hives will grow to 60,000 according to master beekeeper Ted Cummings, who was on hand this day to help check the panels of cones inside the hives. While most wore protective suits, ...
Beekeeping hobby helps Grand Forks pastor 'contemplate, slow down and think'
Grand Forks Herald
Putting honey bees to work for veterans
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Fontenelle Forest to host butterfly count; other community news and events planned - Omaha World-Herald
Omaha World-HeraldFontenelle Forest to host butterfly count; other community news and events planned
Area residents can now learn how to become a beekeeper and play a role in helping save honey bees with Metropolitan Community College's noncredit summer courses. Three new courses; Organic Beekeeping, Honey: From the Kitchen to the Coffee Table ...
Cultivating a respect for bees - Chicago Tribune
Sacramento BeeCultivating a respect for bees
"People want to get back to nature," said Rusnak, one of two volunteer leaders of "Beekeeping: Meet the Beekeeper" at the Plum Creek Nature Center in Beecher. "They want to produce their own food. And they want control over it." There's a growing buzz ...
How I became an accidental beekeeper
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Nominations open for beekeeper and grower combo cash grant - agprofessional.com
agprofessional.comNominations open for beekeeper and grower combo cash grant
The combination of a farmer/grower and beekeeper can earn a $6,000 grant to be used in support of a community partnership that demonstrates how beekeepers and growers are working together to promote and protect pollinators. ... submitted, the quality ...
Trainerbees: The Buzz Of The Industry - Dope Magazine
Dope MagazineTrainerbees: The Buzz Of The Industry
Trainerbees, a beekeeper and cannabis advocate, confided in DOPE Magazine about his attraction to bees. Observing insects with his father at an early age led to a longing to understand bees. The fascination progressed to a profession in beekeeping when ...
Truck Full of Dead Bees Delivered to the EPA - Modern Farmer
Modern FarmerTruck Full of Dead Bees Delivered to the EPA
I wouldn't be so quick to point the finger at beekeepers...I hope you don't think that beekeepers intentionally kill bees, that would be counter-intuitive. ... There are a lot of beekeeping hobbyists around as well. I'm sure they don't want to blame ...
2.6 Million Dead Bees Delivered to EPA Headquarters
The World's Bee Population Is In Danger, and So Is Our Future
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Why these bee-lovers just brought 2.6 million dead bees to the EPA
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Apiary visit has future beekeepers buzzing - WCAX
Apiary visit has future beekeepers buzzing
About a dozen kids from the YMCA visited Champlain College's apiary. They're the youngest visitors so far. They got to visit the hives and learn about the bee colonies. They also heard about pollination and honey production ahead of time before looking ...