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  1. Book Talk - Paull's 'The Bees' looks at life inside the hive - Reuters UK

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    Book Talk - Paull's 'The Bees' looks at life inside the hive
    Reuters UK
    Her interest was inspired by the death of a beekeeping friend. “Angie had breast cancer, and she ... I'm getting tweets from 10-year-olds and people in their 80s, and even beekeepers saying how much they enjoyed it. That's really high praise. Q: You ...

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  2. What's happening to honeybees? - Greybullstandard

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    What's happening to honeybees?
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    Statistics show that Wyoming has about 65 commercial beekeepers with about 32,000 hives that produce two million pounds of honey per year. A bee farm is defined as anyone with five or more hives so in reality, less than a dozen commercial beekeeping ...

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  3. Lamoille Beekeepers club meets Aug. 6 - Stowe Today

    Lamoille Beekeepers club meets Aug. 6
    Stowe Today
    Scott Wilson of Heavenly Honey Apiaries in North Ferrisburg, and vice president of the Vermont Beekeepers Association. will be the guest speaker. He will talk about the upcoming task of honey collection and extraction as well as checking for pests and ...

  4. Small Business Snapshot: Sunny Cove Bee Farm - Northwest Georgia News

    Small Business Snapshot: Sunny Cove Bee Farm
    Northwest Georgia News
    Providing survivor honeybees to the public for natural beekeeping. Survivor bees are ... I want to provide a naturally strong line of honeybees for hobby beekeepers, honey bees that will survive the pests that attack them without using pesticides in ...

  5. Let yourself go - Sidney Daily News (subscription)

    Let yourself go
    Sidney Daily News (subscription)
    Miami Valley Beekeepers Association presents its annual honey harvest at Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy, from 2 to 4 p.m. Talks about beekeeping and honeymaking and tastes of honey. 937-698-6493. • The Golden Triangle ...

  6. Grand Junction residents raise honeybees for business & fun - Glenwood Springs Post Independent

    Grand Junction residents raise honeybees for business & fun
    Glenwood Springs Post Independent
    He also teaches a beekeeping class with Western Colorado Community College and he's active with Western Colorado Beekeepers Association. “I have been converting my whole yard to western Colorado bee flora for the last three seasons,” he added.

  7. Go Green! - UWGB

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    Go Green!
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    The students have gotten a hand in their endeavors from Bill Ahnen, a UW-Green Bay electrician who's been a beekeeper for about seven years. On July 29, Ahnen took them through the harvest process, which involves removing the honeycomb, scraping off ...

  8. Buzz see: MUSC gets observable hive - Charleston Post Courier

    Buzz see: MUSC gets observable hive
    Charleston Post Courier
    Beekeeper Harold Ward loads a frame of bees Wednesday for an observable hive as The Bee Cause Project's executive director Tami Enright watches. For more photos, go to postandcourier.com/galleries. Wade Spees/Staff. Beekeeping isn't for the queasy.

  9. Beekeeping dispute buzzes its way to Grove City Council - ThisWeekNews

    Beekeeping dispute buzzes its way to Grove City Council
    ThisWeekNews
    The legislation also would authorize the city safety director to respond to complaints and to notify beekeepers to abate any nuisance within 10 days. First-time violations are minor misdemeanors, and subsequent violations are fourth degree misdemeanors.

  10. 5 things you should know before backyard beekeeping, from Bridgetown Bees ... - The Oregonian

    5 things you should know before backyard beekeeping, from Bridgetown Bees ...
    The Oregonian
    Read up on regulations for beekeeping in your city, and follow them. In Hillsboro, aspiring beekeepers need to fill out a beekeeping notification packet, obtain a City Animal Permit, and follow Oregon Bee Law. In residential areas in Hillsboro, people ...