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  1. MCTC inmates harvest honey, learn beekeeping - Herald-Mail Media

    MCTC inmates harvest honey, learn beekeeping
    Herald-Mail Media
    John Anderson said he doesn't mind getting stung by honey bees to earn a whopping $2 per day. The 32-year-old inmate at Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown works as a beekeeper at the prison under the tutelage of two correctional ...

  2. Will Pittsburgh's Duquesne Club get stung on hives? - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

    Will Pittsburgh's Duquesne Club get stung on hives?
    Pittsburgh Post Gazette
    He and Steve Repasky, president of the nonprofit Burgh Bees group, said the city ordinance that regulates beekeeping doesn't specifically state that the approvals need to be obtained before any hives are installed. But that was news to Corey Layman ...

  3. Beekeeper to share the buzz about bees Aug. 27 - hngnews.com

    Beekeeper to share the buzz about bees Aug. 27
    hngnews.com
    She spent the winter of 2008 researching all things beekeeping and by the next spring, took a beekeeping class and ordered her first batch of bees. “Beekeeping always starts in the spring so it's smart to read up in the winter and get your hives and ...

  4. Elkridge athletic group bestows annual scholarships - Baltimore Sun

    Elkridge athletic group bestows annual scholarships
    Baltimore Sun
    Last October, the Howard County Beekeepers Association offered its first one day seminar on beekeeping at the Robinson Nature Center. It was a sellout, with standing room only. The Honey and Beeswax Exhibit and observation hive at the Howard County ...

  5. At the NYS Fair, beekeepers explain their craft and encourage others to save ... - The Post-Standard - syracuse.com

    At the NYS Fair, beekeepers explain their craft and encourage others to save ...
    The Post-Standard - syracuse.com
    The business has become tougher to manage and tougher to succeed in, but Elk thinks the future of beekeeping is bright. "There has been a huge influx in new beekeepers in New York state," he said. "We're looking at that back-to-nature movement that was ...

  6. California drought stressing bees, keepers - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

    California drought stressing bees, keepers
    Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
    Spencer Marshall, who maintains hives throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, said this is by far the worst year for honey production he's seen in five decades of beekeeping. When the drought ends, “the bees may come back, but the beekeepers may not,” ...

  7. Lafayette proposes allowing backyard bees — with restrictions - Colorado Hometown Weekly

    Lafayette proposes allowing backyard bees — with restrictions
    Colorado Hometown Weekly
    After reviewing the beekeeping regulations of more than a dozen neighboring communities, Lafayette city staff settled on the quarter-acre requirement as a means to reduce potential conflicts between neighbors. "The city is tasked with balancing the ...

  8. Midstate beekeeper teaches locals the buzz about bees - The Sentinel

    Midstate beekeeper teaches locals the buzz about bees
    The Sentinel
    MIDDLESEX TOWNSHIP — There is a growing interest in beekeeping that may mean even city dwellers could see some hives in their neighbors' backyards. Jonathan Daniels, a beekeeper from Gardners and member of the Capital Area Beekeepers' ...

  9. Observation hive at Urban Beekeeping Workshop to move to Durel's house - KATC Lafayette News

    Observation hive at Urban Beekeeping Workshop to move to Durel's house
    KATC Lafayette News
    On Aug. 30, local apiarist Mark Simon of the Acadiana Beekeepers Association will lead the workshop beginning at 10 a.m. Santa Rita Honeybee Farm's observation hive will remain on display until the Market closes at noon and it is relocated to Joey ...

  10. Number of beekeepers on the rise in South Jersey - Cherry Hill Courier Post

    Number of beekeepers on the rise in South Jersey
    Cherry Hill Courier Post
    "And I have no reason to doubt that we'll see the business grow over the next few years. And because of so many new beekeepers in the state, the bees are on the rebound," says Schuler, who cites many other reasons why people are taking up beekeeping.