Bees & Beekeeping in the News
Honey production to fall as beekeepers embrace pollination - ABC Online
ABC OnlineHoney production to fall as beekeepers embrace pollination
For all the buzz around backyard beekeeping, there's a shift underway at the other end of the industry. The big commercial operators are looking to move from mass honey production to pollination. In part this comes down to the expansion of ...
Taiwan beekeepers struggle to cash in on pure honey buzz | Asia ... - Asia Times
Asia TimesTaiwan beekeepers struggle to cash in on pure honey buzz | Asia ...
Beekeepers in Taiwan say it is hard to fully capitalize on the rise in demand for honey as climate change and disease hamper beehive expansion.
Taiwan beekeepers battle to cash in on pure honey buzz
More bee farmers needed after failure of honey crop
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Urban beekeepers in Toronto help pollinators make the most of city life - Free Speech Radio News
Free Speech Radio NewsUrban beekeepers in Toronto help pollinators make the most of city life
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Bee populations have been in decline for some time, and now beekeepers in the southeast U.S. say they are losing millions of bees as municipalities conduct aerial spray operations of insecticides in a battle against the Zika virus. Honeybees contribute ...
- Punjab leads in beekeeping - The Tribune - Chandigarh Tribune
Beekeepers honored at LCV's Environmental Leadership Awards - CapitalGazette.com
CapitalGazette.comBeekeepers honored at LCV's Environmental Leadership Awards
And on Thursday, the beekeepers association took home the John V. Kabler Memorial Award — one of two recognitions the Maryland League of Conservation Voters gave out during its annual Environmental Leadership Awards ceremony at the Loews ...
A Sweet Gig: Danish Beekeeping Program Employs Refugees ... - TakePart
TakePartA Sweet Gig: Danish Beekeeping Program Employs Refugees ...
By operating urban beehives year-round, Bybi helps the environment, gives training, and creates opportunity.
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Beekeeping connects nature and sustainability in Navajoland - Episcopal News Service
Episcopal News ServiceBeekeeping connects nature and sustainability in Navajoland
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[Episcopal News Service] The buzzing around Good Shepherd Mission in Fort Defiance, Arizona, isn't just from all the projects the congregation has taken on – although there are quite a few, from the organic garden to a soap-making business. This past ...
Neonicotinoid debate pits backyard beekeepers against commercial hive operators - Genetic Literacy Project
Genetic Literacy ProjectNeonicotinoid debate pits backyard beekeepers against commercial hive operators
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The Ontario Beekeepers' Association (OBA), whose members are mostly hobbyists…, has called for the Canadian Honey Council … president, Kevin Nixon, to resign because the association believes he goes too easy on the neonic insecticide. . . . . …
As beekeeping gets harder, more people setting up hives - Wisfarmer
WisfarmerAs beekeeping gets harder, more people setting up hives
``That was beekeeping. Now, you really have to know what you're doing.'' While bee health is an ongoing concern, Iowa Apiarist Andrew Joseph said the added attention to the bees' plight has helped drive more new beekeepers. He said the number of ...
A Year at Bees of the Woods Apiary: September
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Federal directive brings veterinarians and beekeepers together - American Veterinary Medical Association
American Veterinary Medical AssociationFederal directive brings veterinarians and beekeepers together
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Within the beekeeping community, there is little understanding of bacteriology or how antimicrobial resistance is spread, Dr. Cripps observed. “Basically, the beekeepers know that if oxytetracycline doesn't work, I should use tylosin,” he explained. Dr ...