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  1. To Bee Or Not To Bee: Becoming A Beekeeper - Vermont Public Radio


    Vermont Public Radio

    To Bee Or Not To Bee: Becoming A Beekeeper
    Vermont Public Radio
    ... beekeepers, plus we'll talk about how the bees and their favorite flowers have fared with the wet weather this summer. We're joined by Darci Benoit, vice president of the Franklin County beekeeping club, and by Scott Wilson, board member of the ...

  2. Hundreds of new beekeepers help Spokane honeybees rebound - The Spokesman-Review


    The Spokesman-Review

    Hundreds of new beekeepers help Spokane honeybees rebound
    The Spokesman-Review
    To accommodate the growing interest, a group of small-scale keepers started the Backyard Beekeeper's Association as an educational outlet for those looking to pursue hobby keeping – otherwise known as backyard beekeeping. The association was created ...

  3. Starting Thursday, Panhandle Beekeepers Offered August Classes To Help Manage Hives - WFSU


    WFSU

    Starting Thursday, Panhandle Beekeepers Offered August Classes To Help Manage Hives
    WFSU
    As the beekeeping industry grows in Florida, Judy Biss says it's important for beekeepers to learn the science-based best management practices for maintaining their hives. She's part of the Panhandle team of the University of Florida-Institute of Food ...

  4. Project in ND Helping Beekeepers Deal with Bee Stressors - Public News Service


    Public News Service

    Project in ND Helping Beekeepers Deal with Bee Stressors
    Public News Service
    "What we learn from that can help us translate it hopefully to more folks within the Bee Integrated project but also just broadly to the beekeeping and farming communities because ultimately the goal isn't just to have a select set of farmer and ...

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  5. A great insight and learning opportunity for local Beekeepers - Banbridge Leader


    A great insight and learning opportunity for local Beekeepers
    Banbridge Leader
    Dromore Bee Keepers Association are again delivering one of three parts of the intermediate level beekeeping which builds on the knowledge gained from the Preliminary course and improves the understanding of both the scientific and practical aspects of ...

  6. White House beekeeper sweetens Howard County Fair - Baltimore Sun


    Baltimore Sun

    White House beekeeper sweetens Howard County Fair
    Baltimore Sun
    During his presentation, Brandts, who has served as the White House beekeeper since 2009 and under two presidents, demonstrated how to carve the layer of beeswax off the honeycomb frame and then put the frame in an extractor, which churns out honey ...

  7. River Forest Sustainability Commission considers regulating beekeepers - Chicago Tribune


    Chicago Tribune

    River Forest Sustainability Commission considers regulating beekeepers
    Chicago Tribune
    The River Forest Sustainability Commission is expected to reach a recommendation for regulating beekeeping within the village as soon as next month. The topic was given to the sustainability commission by the village board, which briefly discussed last ...

  8. Lompoc Beekeepers helping insects and humans on the Central Coast - KEYT


    KEYT

    Lompoc Beekeepers helping insects and humans on the Central Coast
    KEYT
    "I had a friend who was involved in beekeeping as a commercial beekeeper and I got hooked on beekeeping and I love honey - so if you love honey and you want to help the bees, I mean those are two valid reasons why you should get involved in bees and ...

  9. Honey on tap? It's not quite that simple - Toronto Star


    Toronto Star

    Honey on tap? It's not quite that simple
    Toronto Star
    14, 2017. A method that's supposed to make beekeeping simpler for novices by providing honey on tap has drawn criticism from some experts, who say it may encourage casual beekeepers to set up an apiary but not put in the hard work needed to maintain it.

  10. Greenville's urban beekeepers work to save bees, harvest honey - Greenville Journal


    Greenville Journal

    Greenville's urban beekeepers work to save bees, harvest honey
    Greenville Journal
    Each season, Putnam slips on his beekeeping suit to protect himself from stingers and extracts honey from his two backyard hives, which contain about 40,000 bees each. Last year, he harvested roughly 30 pounds of honey. “I don't waste a pound of it ...
    A Honey of a HobbySacramento Magazine

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