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  1. Beekeeping, Farmland Grants Available - Coastal Review Online


    Coastal Review Online

    Beekeeping, Farmland Grants Available
    Coastal Review Online
    RALEIGH — County governments, nonprofit organizations and certified beekeepers pursuing farmland preservation projects and beehive grants have until Dec. 15 to apply for funding assistance from the North Carolina Agricultural Development and ...

  2. DelVal receives beekeeping equipment donation - Official News - Delaware Valley University


    DelVal receives beekeeping equipment donation
    Official News - Delaware Valley University
    He was an active member of both the Bucks County and the Montgomery County Beekeepers Associations, and he routinely articulated his opinions and recommendations on the practice of beekeeping to the Obama Administration's White House Pollinator ...

  3. Dalmatian Beekeepers Declare This Season 'One of Worst in 30 Years' - Total Croatia News (blog)


    Total Croatia News (blog)

    Dalmatian Beekeepers Declare This Season 'One of Worst in 30 Years'
    Total Croatia News (blog)
    Things went from bad to worse from May 2017: "According to the information from my fellow beekeepers, this year has by far been the worst year for the beekeeping industry in the last thirty years, nobody remembers such a terrible year. It has been ...

  4. As Beekeeping Gets Harder, Honey Vintages Come Into View - Vogue.com


    As Beekeeping Gets Harder, Honey Vintages Come Into View
    Vogue.com
    Russo, like many professional beekeepers, harvests honey in two ways: The first is comb honey, which is gently cut from the hive as a raw, natural gesture (with the bees removed, of course!), and served with cheeses. “This is probably the oldest method ...

  5. ND Beekeepers Association offers sessions for hobby beekeepers - AG Week


    AG Week

    ND Beekeepers Association offers sessions for hobby beekeepers
    AG Week
    The convention, scheduled for Oct. 12-14 at the Gladstone in Jamestown, includes a Saturday session all about hobby beekeeping. Nissen says the conference will be an opportunity for hobby beekeepers to get up to speed on what's going on in beekeeping, ...

  6. Coal miners shift to beekeeping - Phys.Org


    Phys.Org

    Coal miners shift to beekeeping
    Phys.Org
    Kate Asquith, program director at Appalachian Headwaters, said that starting a beekeeping operation can be a risky and expensive endeavor and they wanted to help the first-time beekeepers get over those hurdles. "This is a way to make sure that they're ...

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  7. It's Time to Stock Up on West Michigan Honey - GR|MAG


    GR|MAG

    It's Time to Stock Up on West Michigan Honey
    GR|MAG
    He said one of the biggest challenges to beekeepers are pests that kill the bees. Datema said he treats his hives twice a year but often those new to beekeeping believe in treatment free approaches. “I appreciate that idea, but it's tough to do it if ...

  8. Uzbekistan adopts state program to develop beekeeping - Trend News Agency


    Uzbekistan adopts state program to develop beekeeping
    Trend News Agency
    Despite the growth, there are still gaps in the sector and huge opportunities exist to boost the beekeeping industry. In this regard, the State Program stipulates establishment of Association of Beekeepers of Uzbekistan. The Association will be engaged ...

  9. Beekeepers on high alert after disease breakout - Mackay Daily Mercury


    Mackay Daily Mercury

    Beekeepers on high alert after disease breakout
    Mackay Daily Mercury
    BEEKEEPERS are on high alert after two cases of American foulbrood disease have been confirmed in Mackay and Moranbah. Honey producer Joanne Knobel from Knobel Honey in Clermont has not been affected but was devastated to hear about the ...
    Williams River HoneyPort Stephens Examiner

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  10. Making a beeline into a sweet job? - Ararat Advertiser


    Ararat Advertiser

    Making a beeline into a sweet job?
    Ararat Advertiser
    According to Steve Maginnity, a surging need for pollination services across a diversifying ag spectrum is reason enough for beekeeping to be taught in schools. But he says it's also a lucrative career path. Interestingly, Mr Maginnity has a foot in ...