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  1. The Beekeeping Year Starts Now - Mother Earth News

    Mother Earth News

    The Beekeeping Year Starts Now
    Mother Earth News
    The beekeeping year starts now. Most budding beekeepers will begin thinking about this venture in the spring. That's what I did. Everything awakening. Gardeners starting to plant early crops of peas and greens. Spring calves and lambs beginning to make ...
    'Bees in Your Landscape' is garden club topicEureka Times Standard

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  2. Large beekeeping company now buzzing around northeastern Pennsylvania - The Republic

    Large beekeeping company now buzzing around northeastern Pennsylvania
    The Republic
    WILKES-BARRE, Pennsylvania — For Frank Licata, beekeeping is both a hobby and a buzzing business. The Brodheadsville resident is a beekeeping hobbyist who has about 70 hives around the Poconos, made about 3,000 pounds of honey last year and ...

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  3. Beekeepers eye the sweet spot - Sydney Morning Herald

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Beekeepers eye the sweet spot
    Sydney Morning Herald
    If the research proves the potency and effectiveness of Australian honey, it will give a much-needed boost to honey producers, says Ben Hooper, who represents the country's 10,000 registered beekeepers with the Rural Industries Research and Development ...

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  4. Anarchist Beekeeping Collective builds a community of urban pollinators. - Monterey County Weekly

    Monterey County Weekly

    Anarchist Beekeeping Collective builds a community of urban pollinators.
    Monterey County Weekly
    Hillard had set up a demonstration hive to show the basics of beekeeping, and Reisdorf buzzed around it. Hillard is a member of the Anarchist Beekeeping Collective, an informal gathering of beekeepers from around the county. The group began in the late ...

  5. Beekeeping: Try Before You Buy - Mother Earth News

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    Beekeeping: Try Before You Buy
    Mother Earth News
    I love to research before I buy. I read the reviews on Amazon. I ask friends for their opinions. I taste the frozen yogurt before I commit. So, when I found out Idaho's capital city has a active beekeeping club that will mentor and even connect you to ...

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  6. Let it Bee - Willamette Week

    Willamette Week

    Let it Bee
    Willamette Week
    “There's no other thing like this in the city, no other situation where you as a homeowner have to get signatures or convince your neighbor to sign something,” says Michael Carlson, spokesman for Portland Urban Beekeepers, the largest collective of ...

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  7. Canadian Beekeepers Sue Neonicotinoid Makers Bayer, Syngenta for C$450 ... - Bloomberg BNA

    Canadian Beekeepers Sue Neonicotinoid Makers Bayer, Syngenta for C$450 ...
    Bloomberg BNA
    Sept. 5 — Canadian beekeepers have filed a class action lawsuit against Bayer CropScience Inc. and Syngenta Canada Inc. claiming C$450 million ($414 million) in damages for negligence related to the use of neonicotinoid insecticides. The lawsuit ...

  8. Beekeeping Long Illegal in New Bedford - ecoRI news

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    Beekeeping Long Illegal in New Bedford
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    “There's been a tremendous interest in beekeeping as a hobby,” said Rick Reault, president of the Massachusetts Beekeepers Association. “Because of heightened awareness of colony collapse disorder, Massachusetts has been getting about 1,000 new ...

  9. The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers - Grist

    The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers
    Grist
    Farrington tells me that Elevator B played a significant role in stimulating a city-wide interest in beekeeping, and creating the network of beekeepers that exists today: “People would come and visit the [site], and ask, 'Oh, how can I get a hive at my ...

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  10. The World's First Beekeeping Donkey Is Sort of Adorable - Gizmodo

    The World's First Beekeeping Donkey Is Sort of Adorable
    Gizmodo
    Beekeeping is their livelihood. In their region of Brazil, it's too arid to farm the land, so a large number of locals have turned to beekeeping and honey production to make ends meet. Juraci is actually one of 120 beekeepers in the small town of ...

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