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  1. Taunton Beekeepers £83000 centre of excellence opens at Bradford-on-Tone - Somerset County Gazette

    Somerset County Gazette

    Taunton Beekeepers £83000 centre of excellence opens at Bradford-on-Tone
    Somerset County Gazette
    “It is fast becoming a centre of excellence for beekeeping in the Westcountry and we have already attracted external groups because of the quality of the facilities and our location so close to the M5.” The cedar-clad, single-storey building replaces a ...

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  2. Springfield council approves ordinances to allow beekeeping within city limits - The Republic

    Springfield council approves ordinances to allow beekeeping within city limits
    The Republic
    The City Council voted Monday to approve changes in city ordinances to allow urban beekeeping. The council approved one bill that allows two hives on city lots of at least 5,000 square feet, and one more hive for every additional 5,000 square feet.

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  3. $1M funding supports honeybee health surveillance study - Laboratory Products News

    $1M funding supports honeybee health surveillance study
    Laboratory Products News
    "The Alberta Beekeepers Commission is pleased to receive the support of the federal government to monitor honeybee health across Canada, for the benefit of the whole Canadian beekeeping industry," says Grant Hicks, president, Alberta Beekeepers ...

  4. New beekeeping 'Centre of Excellence' officially opened - Smallholder

    New beekeeping 'Centre of Excellence' officially opened
    Smallholder
    Smallholder: (L to R) Mary Adams, Chairman of Taunton Beekeepers; Dr (L to R) Mary Adams, Chairman of Taunton Beekeepers; Dr David Aston, President of the British Beekeepers' Association; Jeremy Browne MP; Jenny Gammon, President of Taunton ...

  5. Uncertain future for Auckland beekeeping - Independent Community Newspaper

    Independent Community Newspaper

    Uncertain future for Auckland beekeeping
    Independent Community Newspaper
    BAD BEE-HAVIOUR: Kumeu lifestyler Jenny Price has had trouble with her neighbour's bees. The situation spurred her partner Pete Sinton to make a submission to Auckland Unitary Plan which could have Auckland-wide consequences for beekeepers.

  6. PHOTOS: Beekeepers harvest honey from hives at A.I. Root Candle Co. - Columbus CEO

    PHOTOS: Beekeepers harvest honey from hives at A.I. Root Candle Co.
    Columbus CEO
    The Medina Bee Festival is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Medina Library, 210 S. Broadway St. Residents can watch beekeepers open a hive at 11 a.m., they can taste wild honey and learn about beekeeping. There also will be a children's bee costume ...

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  7. Lafayette City-Parish Council votes to legalize beekeeping in Lafayette ... - The Tribune

    Lafayette City-Parish Council votes to legalize beekeeping in Lafayette ...
    The Tribune
    Smith, who was on hand to answer questions from the council Tuesday, said he keeps about 20 hives, all outside the city limits, but he said bees are already in the city, whether kept in hives by beekeepers or living naturally in a tree trunk or barn ...

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  8. NJ considers state protections for beekeeping operations - Newsworks.org

    NJ considers state protections for beekeeping operations
    Newsworks.org
    "We are the Garden State, the honeybee is out state insect, and with these two pieces of legislation, we'll be able to focus more on educating the public, educating new beekeepers, and, hopefully, keeping the beekeeping industry alive and vibrant in ...

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  9. The bees are dying. So here's how beekeepers are trying to fend off disaster. - Vox

    The bees are dying. So here's how beekeepers are trying to fend off disaster.
    Vox
    But beekeepers have responded each year by working hard to rebuilding their lost colonies. Sometimes this is done by splitting healthy hives into multiple parts and repopulating the new hives with queen bees purchased from commercial breeders.

  10. Urban Beekeeping - Mother Earth News

    Mother Earth News

    Urban Beekeeping
    Mother Earth News
    When I first got into beekeeping, I worried a lot about neighbors and how they might react. Also, being a beginner, I worried that the bees might give them a reason to get upset. So, in hopes of helping and encouraging apprehensive beekeepers that are ...