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  1. Beekeeper educates people about honey - Chicago Tribune

    Bismarck Tribune

    Beekeeper educates people about honey
    Chicago Tribune
    When Oswego resident Ed Bell was 12 years old, he enjoyed reading the Foxfire series of books which recorded the traditional folk culture in Appalachia from building log cabins to faith healing. "I really liked the story about beekeeping and always ...
    Grant County family sweet on honeyBismarck Tribune

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  2. So You Want To Be A Beekeeper? You're In Luck! - Patch.com

    Patch.com

    So You Want To Be A Beekeeper? You're In Luck!
    Patch.com
    Lecture modules will cover honey bee biology, beekeeping equipment, how to start your colony and maladies of the hive. The practical modules will cover how to build a hive, how to install a package, how to inspect your hive and how to monitor for ...

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  3. And Bees Make Honey - Martha's Vineyard Times

    The Herald Journal

    And Bees Make Honey
    Martha's Vineyard Times
    Apparently, NR reasons, beekeepers are getting better at repairing hive damage and fending off colony collapse. Have environmentalists been overreacting? Is there a ... What's the worst part about beekeeping? Not getting stung. Mr. Colon says it's the ...
    Buzzing about: Valley beekeepers tout uptick, talk best practicesThe Herald Journal
    Bees: The next backyard chicken in CharlotteCL Charlotte
    Local beekeepers are ready for a honey harvestFort Worth Star Telegram
    The Lane Report
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  4. Bees Under Siege - WCAX

    The Eagle

    Bees Under Siege
    WCAX
    There are about 8,000 registered honeybee colonies in Vermont. But there has been no way for beekeepers in Vermont to track just how healthy the hives are in comparison to other states. That is, until now. Samantha Alger is working on her Ph.D. in ...
    Saving Vermont's bees by “bee”ing helpfulThe Eagle

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  5. Let yourself go - Sidney Daily News (subscription)

    Let yourself go
    Sidney Daily News (subscription)
    Miami Valley Beekeepers Association presents Honey Harvest, a program about beekeeping and processing honey, at Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy, at 2 p.m. Free. 937-698-6493. • Village of Minster presents Top Shelf in concert ...

  6. Don't Bee-lieve Fearmongering About A 'Beepocalypse' - NewsBusters (blog)

    NewsBusters (blog)

    Don't Bee-lieve Fearmongering About A 'Beepocalypse'
    NewsBusters (blog)
    Beekeepers have been doing this sort of thing since the advent of commercial beekeeping. When CCD came along, it roughly doubled the usual annual rate of bee die-offs. But this doesn't mean that bees are going extinct, just that beekeepers need to ...

  7. Area briefs - Piqua Daily Call

    Area briefs
    Piqua Daily Call
    TROY — Enjoy the sweet taste of summer at Brukner Nature Center's annual Honey Harvest, presented by the Miami Valley Beekeepers Association, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2. Learn all about the process of beekeeping from setting up the hive to processing ...

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  8. 2-Acre Fire Near Cotati Destroys Chicken Barn - Patch.com

    2-Acre Fire Near Cotati Destroys Chicken Barn
    Patch.com
    A smoker pot used in beekeeping started a 2-acre vegetation fire that destroyed a chicken barn used for storage near Cotati this afternoon, Cal Fire said. The fire in the Hessel community in unincorporated Sonoma County west of Cotati was reported ...

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  9. The buzz about beekeeping - Effingham Daily News

    The buzz about beekeeping
    Effingham Daily News
    She's a member of the Crossroads Beekeepers, a local community of beekeepers affiliated with the Illinois State Beekeepers Association. With a global uptick in interest in bees and honey, the local group has been thriving – as concern mounts about ...

  10. Kelsey lends a hand: Beekeeping at Backwoods Bee Farm - WCSH-TV

    WCSH-TV

    Kelsey lends a hand: Beekeeping at Backwoods Bee Farm
    WCSH-TV
    To a beekeeper she may look very different from the other bees, but to me, she was like finding a needle in a haystack. Next we looked for honey and Chris was very patient with me as I learned to cut of the wax caps and spun the honey out of the frames.