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  1. Pleasanton City Council expected to vote 'yes' for backyard beekeeping - KTVU San Francisco

    KTVU San Francisco

    Pleasanton City Council expected to vote 'yes' for backyard beekeeping
    KTVU San Francisco
    Gentry has been in the beekeeping business for 35 years. "You may not want to become a beekeeper. You may not care about bees, but you care about your food. You care a lot about your food," he said, explaining why bees are beneficial. "Good food needs ...

  2. Over Half the Experts in Argentine GMO Regulatory Body Have Conflicts of ... - Upside Down World

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    Over Half the Experts in Argentine GMO Regulatory Body Have Conflicts of ...
    Upside Down World
    She wrote a brief article in the Sociedad Argentina de Apicultores's (Argentinian Beekeepers Society) newspaper. Beekeeping is one of forms of agricultural production that are most affected by spraying. Lewi tried to calm affected beekeepers: “GM crops ...

  3. Appeals court to hear case on EPA role in bee die-off - Environment & Energy Publishing

    Appeals court to hear case on EPA role in bee die-off
    Environment & Energy Publishing
    The petitioners include the Pollinator Stewardship Council, the American Honey Producers Association, the National Honey Bee Advisory Board, the American Beekeeping Federation, and beekeepers Bret Adee, Jeff Anderson and Thomas Smith.

  4. Urban beekeepers on the upswing in California - Vallejo Times Herald

    Urban beekeepers on the upswing in California
    Vallejo Times Herald
    Pleasanton's move reinforces the fact that more people are interested in urban beekeeping, and more communities are allowing it, says Carlen Jupe, a board member for the California State Beekeepers Association. San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco, Santa ...

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  5. Preparing for Spring Beekeeping - Mother Earth News

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    Preparing for Spring Beekeeping
    Mother Earth News
    With beekeeping becoming more and more popular, supply companies and even local beekeepers often sell out early. In our apiary, we tend to replace any hives we lose over the winter by doing splits from our stronger hives, and adding a purchased queen.

  6. 125 Groups Call on President Obama to Protect Bees, Pollinators From Pesticides - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

    Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

    125 Groups Call on President Obama to Protect Bees, Pollinators From Pesticides
    Center for Biological Diversity (press release)
    PORTLAND, Ore.— More than 125 conservation, beekeeping, food safety, religious, ethnic and farming advocacy groups today urged President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency to take swift and meaningful action to protect honey bees and other ...

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  7. Longmont-area events for the week of March 2: Longmont Chorale performs ... - Longmont Times-Call

    Longmont-area events for the week of March 2: Longmont Chorale performs ...
    Longmont Times-Call
    The History of Beekeeping in Northern Colorado —Tom Theobald, founding member of the Boulder County Beekeepers Association and president for 30 years will discus the history of beekeeping in Colorado, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Berthoud Community Center, ...

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  8. Class to teach beekeeping basics - Richmond County Daily Journal

    Class to teach beekeeping basics
    Richmond County Daily Journal
    About 30 people attended the local group's Beekeeping 101 class in March 2014. In operation for more than 50 years, the Richmond County Beekeepers Association is one of the oldest such groups in the state, beekeeper Fred Cloninger said last year.

  9. Grand Island Beekeeping Plan Sent Back to Drawing Board - NBC Nebraska

    Grand Island Beekeeping Plan Sent Back to Drawing Board
    NBC Nebraska
    ... allow beekeeping limit hive to two per lot. As currently proposed, hives would need to be screened behind a 6-foot fence at least 15 feet away from any neighboring property line and at least 50 feet away from any house, excluding the beekeeper's house.

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  10. This Brilliant Beehive Delivers Honey on Tap Without Stressing Out the Bees - Slate Magazine (blog)

    Slate Magazine (blog)

    This Brilliant Beehive Delivers Honey on Tap Without Stressing Out the Bees
    Slate Magazine (blog)
    Humans have been keeping bees for thousands of years. The process of extracting honey from hives has always been laborious, messy, time-consuming, and occasionally painful for beekeepers. It's also a source of stress for bees that often switch to fight ...
    Flow Hive places "honey on tap" for fitter bee colonies (movie)Beacon Review

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