Bees & Beekeeping in the News
Free introduction to beekeeping program at Bear Library - Middletown Transcript
Free introduction to beekeeping program at Bear Library
The Delaware Beekeepers Association and the New Castle County Beekeepers Club are hosting a free “Brief Introduction to Beekeeping” program on Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., at the Bear Library, room 1A/B, 101 Governor's Place, Bear.
Beekeepers and researchers are collaborating to build a better honeybee - Jefferson Public Radio
Jefferson Public RadioBeekeepers and researchers are collaborating to build a better honeybee
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Commercial bee breeder Jeff Berta is part of a co-op of about one hundred beekeepers, stretching from Michigan to Tennessee, that is working to breed a honeybee that can better resist the destructive Varroa mite. Berta's 'queen bee Number 18' is part ...
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How beekeeping changes status of Pangani farmers - Daily News | The National Newspaper (press release) (blog)
How beekeeping changes status of Pangani farmers
Daily News | The National Newspaper (press release) (blog)
Islamic Help, an organization that has been working to alleviate poverty through sustainable solutions to education and poverty in Tanzania since 2009, is executing Beekeeping project supported by the States of the Guernsey that has enabled 100 women ...
Arts & Entertainment : Film Review - Washington City Paper
Washington City PaperArts & Entertainment : Film Review
Washington City Paper
In rural Tuscany, we meet a family of beekeepers living a hardscrabble life far from tourists or broken-hearted women healing themselves with drool-worthy pasta and a passionate fling. It's a portrait that's romantic one moment and realistic the next ...
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Beekeepers celebrate the release of their second album - Detroit Metro Times
Detroit Metro TimesBeekeepers celebrate the release of their second album
Detroit Metro Times
Beekeepers: Not that we know of. We set up a Google alert, and it notified us once, but it was something about beekeeping. We get a lot of weird posts on our Faceook page. A lot of the people liking our page intend to like something about bees. We got ...
As Beekeepers Lose More Hives, Time For New Rules On Pesticides? - WUNC
WUNCAs Beekeepers Lose More Hives, Time For New Rules On Pesticides?
Peponapis pruinosa is a species of bee in the tribe Eucerini, the long-horned bees. This bee relies on wild and cultivated squashes, pumpkins, gourds and related plants. Wikimedia/USDA. Lucas Criswell farms close to 2,000 acres in Pennsylvania's ...
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Blog: University of Illinois Extension offering 3-part beekeeping course - Galva News (blog)
Blog: University of Illinois Extension offering 3-part beekeeping course
Galva News (blog)
University of Illinois Extension will be offering a 3-part beekeeping course on December 2, 9, 2015 and Feb. 24, 2016 at the Deere-Wiman Carriage House in Moline, Illinois. Classes will start at 8:30 a.m. and finish at 5:00 p.m. on December 2 and 9.
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Beekeeping may go back to the early years of agriculture, up to 9000 years ago - Ancient Origins
Ancient OriginsBeekeeping may go back to the early years of agriculture, up to 9000 years ago
The team speculates that the origins of beekeeping, or domestication of Apis mellifera, may have been as far back as the Stone Age. Early farmers possibly lived alongside and worked with honeybees to produce the semi-liquid honey that has fascinated ...
Stone Age Pottery Reveals Signs of Beekeeping - Scientific American
BBC NewsStone Age Pottery Reveals Signs of Beekeeping
You have bees to thank every time you drizzle some honey into your tea. And the human-honeybee relationship is long-standing. Iconography of honeybees adorns 4400-year-old walls in ancient Egypt. Rock art has been found that depicts a stone age bee ...
Prehistoric farmers were first beekeepers
Chemical fingerprints of prehistoric beekeepers discovered
Royal Society of Chemistry
Evidence shows first beekeepers were Stone Age farmers 9000 years ago
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Oregon beekeepers gather this weekend - Capital press
Capital pressOregon beekeepers gather this weekend
The latest information about hive health, colony collapse disorder and other topics are on the agenda for the Oregon State Beekeepers Association's fall conference Nov. 6-8 in Silverton. Speakers include Ramesh Sagili, an Oregon State University ...