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Teen beekeeping apprentices sought - Jacksonville Daily News
Teen beekeeping apprentices sought
Jacksonville Daily News
Onslow County Beekeepers Association is seeking teen applicants for the 2016 OCBA Apprenticeship Program. At least two 13 to 18-year-old Onslow County residents will be selected to complete a mentoring program, classes and participate in club ...
Biodynamic Beekeeping for Beginners – Part One - Bungalower
BungalowerBiodynamic Beekeeping for Beginners – Part One
This class is about bee-centric biodynamic beekeeping based on honey bee/ bee stewardship and education. Students will be introduced to honey bee biology, colony dynamics, importance of comb, the colony as a super organism, native bees, beekeeping ...
Beekeepers remove gigantic beehive from warehouse wall - WCVB Boston
WCVB BostonBeekeepers remove gigantic beehive from warehouse wall
Richard Clapper lifts bees out of their new home in a manmade beehive after being removed from a giant beehive found in the wall of an upper floor at Pittsfield Furniture. According to Clapper, the hive is by far the largest wild beehive he has ever seen.
Beekeepers remove giant beehive from Massachusetts warehouse, recover 100 ...
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World body of beekeepers in fight against fake honey - ABC Online
ABC OnlineWorld body of beekeepers in fight against fake honey
"I think it was a monumental moment when the world together decided that this issue is something that threatens the very existence of beekeeping around the globe," she said. A number of pests and diseases afflicting bees in different parts of the world ...
Oklahoma beekeepers swarm in effort to capture, not kill, escaped bees - Christian Science Monitor
Christian Science MonitorOklahoma beekeepers swarm in effort to capture, not kill, escaped bees
Christian Science Monitor
A national bee shortage began about 10 years ago, said Alan Larson, president of the Oklahoma State Beekeepers Association, in an interview with the Monitor. He said theories abound on the cause of what is officially known as "colony collapse disorder ...
Bee set on fire after beekeepers try to gather loose bees near Pauls Valley
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Why do trucks keep spilling swarms of honeybees onto US highways?
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Drought is driving beekeepers and their hives from California - 89.3 KPCC
89.3 KPCCDrought is driving beekeepers and their hives from California
A lack of crops for bees to pollinate has California's beekeeping industry on edge. Gene Brandi is one of those beekeepers. He has a colony of bees near a field of blooming alfalfa just outside the Central California town of Los Banos. He uses smoke ...
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High tech monitor helps beekeepers track bee activity and colony health in ... - Treehugger
TreehuggerHigh tech monitor helps beekeepers track bee activity and colony health in ...
Even aside from the potentially disastrous effects of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), beekeepers of all types - hobbyists, professionals, and researchers - face a wide range of challenges, but a new line of hive monitoring tools may allow for reduced ...
To Keep Bees Alive, The Beehive Gets Smart And Connected
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Kelley Beekeeping, which manufactures beekeeping products for the hobbyist ... - Area Development Online
Kelley Beekeeping, which manufactures beekeeping products for the hobbyist ...
Area Development Online
Kelley Beekeeping, which manufactures beekeeping products for the hobbyist, small business and commercial markets throughout the world, will invest nearly $7.5 million to expand its facility in Clarkson, Kentucky. The company plans to create 50 jobs in ...
Kelley Beekeeping investing $7.5M into expansion, adding 50 jobs
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Free beekeeping demonstrations Saturday - Middletown Transcript
Middletown TranscriptFree beekeeping demonstrations Saturday
The Delaware Beekeepers Association is hosting free beekeeping presentations and an open hive demonstration on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 8:30 a.m. to noon near Smyrna. The event will be held at the Delaware State University Research & Outreach Center ...
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Jewish Beekeepers Sweeten Rosh Hashanah, New Year Holiday - Huffington Post
Huffington PostJewish Beekeepers Sweeten Rosh Hashanah, New Year Holiday
And though no one is keeping tabs, the idea that Rosh Hashanah honey should come not from the supermarket, but from a fellow Jew who has taken up beekeeping as a spiritual hobby, seems to be spreading. It's part of a Jewish back-to-the-farm movement, ...
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