The buzz about beekeeping - Coeur d'Alene Press
Sacramento MagazineThe buzz about beekeeping
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Beekeeper Barb Ford demonstrates how to use an accessory tool called a "frame clamp," which is used to lift the frame from the box, while tending to the hive to monitor the health of the honey bees at her residence in summer 2015.
Bringing In The Bees
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Dunn County Datebook - Chippewa Herald
Dunn County Datebook
Introduction to bees and beekeeping workshop: 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m. at Menomonie Alliance Church (502 21st St. North). Presented by Dunn County Beekeepers and intended for those with no experience with bees and beekeeping. Participants will be guided ...
Community News for York, Chester, Lancaster counties – Feb. 7, 2016 - The Herald
The HeraldCommunity News for York, Chester, Lancaster counties – Feb. 7, 2016
Chester County Beekeepers Association is having a Beginner's Beekeeping School, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 18-March 24 at Clemson Extension Office, 109 Ella St., Chester. This course is for ages 13 and older. Parents must attend with youth. Cost is ...
Neighbors abuzz over local honey - Star Local Media
Star Local MediaNeighbors abuzz over local honey
Star Local Media
By Brantner's second year of beekeeping, his hives had produced enough honey to harvest. He extracted the ... The success of their initial sale prompted the Brantners to enter their honey in a Collin County Beekeepers Association contest last September.
County Offers Beekeeping Workshop at the EARTH Center - TAPinto.net
TAPinto.netCounty Offers Beekeeping Workshop at the EARTH Center
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ -- The Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County is hosting a free introductory beekeeping workshop. Introduction to Beekeeping is scheduled to be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the EARTH Center, ...
The apiarist's dilemma: Educating swarms of amateur beekeepers - Newsworks.org
Newsworks.orgThe apiarist's dilemma: Educating swarms of amateur beekeepers
Swarms of beekeepers are primed to alight in Philadelphia for the Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild's annual symposium Saturday. Vermont-based apiculturist and keynote speaker Mike Palmer, who will discuss "Beekeeping in Frozen North America," joined ...
BEAUMONT: Beginners' beekeeping workshop set - Press-Enterprise
BEAUMONT: Beginners' beekeeping workshop set
“Since bees are frequent visitors during our lavender season, we have been making an attempt at beekeeping at 123 Farm,” Highland Springs Resort president Tina Kummerle said. “This conference will give participants the opportunity to learn about bee ...
Fort panel mulls urban beekeeping
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Beekeeping can be fun and challenging - Cincinnati.com
Cincinnati.comBeekeeping can be fun and challenging
28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Northern Kentucky Beekeepers Association will host a Beginners Beekeeping School at the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service at 3500 Alexandria Pike in Highland Heights. Topics will include: What is beekeeping?
Free basic beekeeping class coming in March; hive-splitting program Feb. 8
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Free beekeeping courses offered for beginners
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Vermont has new part-time state beekeeper to enforce rules - WRGB
WRGBVermont has new part-time state beekeeper to enforce rules
Officials say David Tremblay who works in the pesticide enforcement program of the Agency of Agriculture will take on the role. Members of the Vermont Beekeepers Association had been concerned because the previous state beekeeper, Steve Parise, ...
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Vermont Gets A New State Bee Inspector - Vermont Public Radio
Vermont Public RadioVermont Gets A New State Bee Inspector
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Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Diane Bothfeld says the apiary inspector will focus on areas deemed important by beekeepers. In addition to monitoring diseased hives, “they wanted us to concentrate on bees in and out of state, they wanted us to ...
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