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  1. Beeline from interest to hobby to side business - Statesman Journal

    Beeline from interest to hobby to side business
    Statesman Journal
    Last spring he enrolled in a program offered through a partnership between Oregon Master Beekeepers Association and OSU and conducted at Chemeketa Community College. It's designed to help aspiring beekeepers, and it pairs students with a mentor.

  2. Wireless Internet service at Michael O. Buchanon Park is slated for improvements. - Bowling Green Daily News

    Wireless Internet service at Michael O. Buchanon Park is slated for improvements.
    Bowling Green Daily News
    The Kentucky Amateur Softball Association was awarded a $119,000 grant from the Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and will use the money to improve wireless service at the park and make live streaming available for the park's four ...

  3. Portland Urban Beekeepers push for new regulations - KOIN.com

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    Portland Urban Beekeepers push for new regulations
    KOIN.com
    “It's grown just crazily,” Carlson agrees, adding that membership in the fledgling Portland Urban Beekeepers chapter of Oregon State Beekeepers Association, has grown from about a dozen people to around 175 people in three years, with close to 1,000 ...
    Let it BeeWillamette Week

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  4. Council again delays beekeeping legislation - ThisWeekNews

    Council again delays beekeeping legislation
    ThisWeekNews
    Councilman Jeff Davis said the city doesn't want to hurt responsible beekeepers, but beekeeping is a hobby that can impact neighbors. "I'm guessing no one is going to walk away entirely happy," Davis said. "We need a balanced approach as best we can.".

  5. Wauwatosa closer to allowing beekeeping - Wauwatosa Now

    Wauwatosa closer to allowing beekeeping
    Wauwatosa Now
    As drafted, the proposed ordinance would require a beekeeper to apply for a $10 permit from the city, have "some competency in beekeeping," and get permission from all property owners next to the home, including any across an alley and diagonal from ...

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  6. Honey: Buy Local to Help a Beekeeper, or Become One! - The River City News

    Honey: Buy Local to Help a Beekeeper, or Become One!
    The River City News
    Horn said more beekeepers are needed. "With demand for honey in the United States far exceeding supply, there are tremendous opportunities in beekeeping and honey production," she said. "The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is happy to help anyone ...

  7. Arusha to Host Global Meet On Beekeeping - AllAfrica.com

    Arusha to Host Global Meet On Beekeeping
    AllAfrica.com
    Addressing reporters in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday ahead of an international beekeepers meeting to be held in Arusha in November, this year, President of the Beekeepers' Global Alliance, popularly known as Apimondia, Mr Gilles Ratia, said beekeeping ...
    Beekeeping stakeholders encouraged to take part in Arusha symposium in NovIPPmedia

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  8. Pleasant Hills officials adopt farm animal ban - Tribune-Review

    Pleasant Hills officials adopt farm animal ban
    Tribune-Review
    However, beekeeping and the raising of racing or show pigeons are permitted under the new law. Residents made their cases about bees and racing pigeons. Stephen Repasky, certified master beekeeper from Dormont, spoke in defense of his hobby and ...

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  9. Beekeepers stung by prejudice - Portland Tribune

    Beekeepers stung by prejudice
    Portland Tribune
    The requirements, beekeepers say, are too strict and lead to discrimination in enforcement. An advisory committee will meet Tuesday, Sept. 16, to review proposed changes to Portland beekeeping regulations with an aim of changing them by Oct. 1.

  10. Beekeepers Seek New Home for Association and Honeybees - WTOK

    Beekeepers Seek New Home for Association and Honeybees
    WTOK
    The Association also sponsors Beekeeping Seminars and helps those interested in the craft get started as a beekeeper. Vick says it would be sweet as honey if the Association could find a new home for these fascinating friends. If you'd like to help the ...