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  1. Proposed zoning bylaws populate draft of Raynham Town Meeting warrant - Taunton Daily Gazette

    Proposed zoning bylaws populate draft of Raynham Town Meeting warrant
    Taunton Daily Gazette
    Town Planner John Charbonneau said that he met with a beekeeper in the town to make modifications to the beekeeping bylaw, which aims to establish rules meant to encourage responsible beekeeping. “He showed me his hive and explained the behavior ...

  2. Honeybees in East Africa Resist Deadly Pathogens - National Geographic

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    Honeybees in East Africa Resist Deadly Pathogens
    National Geographic
    Entomologist Elliud Muli, a beekeeping expert at the International Center for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), teamed up with researchers at Penn State University to survey beehives in all of Kenya's major ecosystems: savanna, mountains, tropical ...

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  3. Area agriculture news for the week of April 20, 2014 - York Daily Record

    Area agriculture news for the week of April 20, 2014
    York Daily Record
    The Pa. State Beekeepers Association is celebrating two milestones in 2014. This year marks the 110th anniversary for the association and the 60th year of its Honey Queen program. One of the ways the PSBA provides education services is through the Pa ...

  4. Beehive: Keeper suffers devastating losses over harsh winter - Park Rapids Enterprise

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    Beehive: Keeper suffers devastating losses over harsh winter
    Park Rapids Enterprise
    I will wrap this up by saying that through this experience, I have probably become a better beekeeper, and I have already taken steps to insure that this will never happen to me again. Being that Brenda said her garage stall space will be unavailable ...

  5. A New Western Outlaw: The Bee Rustler - KUOW News and Information

    A New Western Outlaw: The Bee Rustler
    KUOW News and Information
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates beekeepers have been losing around a third of their colonies annually to CCD. While the causes aren't precisely known, ... There's always beekeeping insurance. Read: Waypoints Blog's previous coverage of ...

  6. Network of sensor-packed beehives to monitor colony collapse - Wired.co.uk

    Network of sensor-packed beehives to monitor colony collapse
    Wired.co.uk
    A group of ecologists, beekeepers, makers, engineers, and open source advocates from across three countries have come together to form the project team in the hope of figuring out why our bees are perishing. Between them they have created two different ...

  7. Swarm Mentality - East Bay Express

    East Bay Express

    Swarm Mentality
    East Bay Express
    "It means potential conflict between bees and non-beekeeping humans if it moves into a house, and it means loss of production [of honey] in the original hive," said Zamick. Beekeepers can prevent swarming if they split their hives — essentially taking ...

  8. Beekeeping gaining popularity in SWFL - WZVN-TV

    Beekeeping gaining popularity in SWFL
    WZVN-TV
    "It has become quite a profitable business for the beekeeper." However, the growing interest also has growing questions. David Mendes has raised bees on his property for years. Now that the business is taking off in Florida, there are some concerns ...

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  9. Backyards abuzz? - Press Pubs

    Backyards abuzz?
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    LINO LAKES —A Lino Lakes couple's petition has the City Council considering allowing beekeeping in some residential areas. The beekeeping would have limits, but the city's would-be beekeepers are excited to make progress. Chris and Blake Talley first ...

  10. Vermont Beekeeper Loses Half His Bees, Blames Lack of Forage - My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

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    Vermont Beekeeper Loses Half His Bees, Blames Lack of Forage
    My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
    “There's a lack of forage as farming has changed which is one of my biggest concerns here in Vermont,” explained Mraz. Dairy farmers are switching from hay feed to corn feed, which many times, contains pesticides and fungicides that could be harmful to ...
    Loss of Vermont hay fields limits food for beesBurlingtonFreePress.com

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