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  1. Sunday Science: Honeybee Facts - WCAX

    Sunday Science: Honeybee Facts
    WCAX
    "Getting stung is one thing -- getting stung in the face hurts," says Scott Wilson with Heavenly Honey Apiary. If you ask beekeeper Scott Wilson why he doesn't eat bananas before going to work with his hives, he'll tell you it's because of their smell.

  2. Despite pesticide concerns, beekeepers and colonies on the rise - Macro Insider

    Despite pesticide concerns, beekeepers and colonies on the rise
    Macro Insider
    TORONTO – Even though issues more than the widespread use of pesticides across Ontario and Quebec have been making headlines, Statistics Canada released new numbers Tuesday that illustrate an all round improve in the beekeeping industry. Having ...

  3. Getting Started in Beekeeping - NewsBarb

    Getting Started in Beekeeping
    NewsBarb
    Another way to increase knowledge and understanding of beekeeping is through one of the statewide beekeeping organizations, specifically the Indiana Beekeeping Association (IBA) and the Indiana State Beekeepers Association (ISBA). Both of these ...

  4. Giving local food a leg up - Arizona Daily Sun

    Arizona Daily Sun

    Giving local food a leg up
    Arizona Daily Sun
    Concepts like agritourism and backyard beekeeping were hardly in vogue then, so the county's code barely addressed those concepts or didn't mention them at all. But comments from residents, as well as a broader trend toward local food systems, spurred ...

  5. Workshop explores economic, agronomic environmental benefits of cover crops - Farm and Ranch Guide

    Workshop explores economic, agronomic environmental benefits of cover crops
    Farm and Ranch Guide
    Jeff Dittemore, president of the Indiana State Beekeeping Association, described the value of cover crops to pollinators. - A panel discussion brought together ... Five farmers will host Kladivko's nitrogen rate strip trials, five will team up with ...

  6. Greenfield Center offering beekeeping class starting in January - Roanoke Times

    Greenfield Center offering beekeeping class starting in January
    Roanoke Times
    The Greenfield Center in Daleville is holding a Fundamentals of Beekeeping class beginning Jan. 17. The class is taught by Rudy Taylor, who is a member of the Botetourt, Blue Ridge and State Beekeepers Association and is qualified through the Virginia ...

  7. Bee experts shred 'Harvard' neonics-Colony Collapse Disorder study, upbraid ... - Genetic Literacy Project

    Bee experts shred 'Harvard' neonics-Colony Collapse Disorder study, upbraid ...
    Genetic Literacy Project
    He and his two beekeeper colleagues – there were no entomologists on his tiny research team – contend that neonicotinoids present a mortal threat to bees. Not only that, Lu claims, neonics endanger humans as well, accelerating Parkinson's Disease ...

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  8. Danelle Cutting column: Beekeeping class may be right for you - Salisbury Post

    Salisbury Post

    Danelle Cutting column: Beekeeping class may be right for you
    Salisbury Post
    If so, the Rowan County Beekeepers Association Beginner Beekeeping Class may be for you, and it is starting in January. The classes are on Thursdays from 7 until 9 p.m. at the Rowan County Cooperative Extension office, 2727 Old Concord Rd., Salisbury.

  9. The Fund for Santa Barbara Awards $4000 Grant to Lompoc Valley Beekeepers ... - Noozhawk

    Noozhawk

    The Fund for Santa Barbara Awards $4000 Grant to Lompoc Valley Beekeepers ...
    Noozhawk
    Mitchell blazed the trail in creating a beekeepers association in Lompoc and in teaching beekeeping courses at Allan Hancock College. He wrote The Fund grant proposal seeking to provide environmental justice for honeybees and native pollinators.

  10. COST: $35 (covers cost of textbook and apprentice beekeeper patch and ... - The Suburban Times

    The Suburban Times

    COST: $35 (covers cost of textbook and apprentice beekeeper patch and ...
    The Suburban Times
    As one Pierce County Beekeeper expressed in a recent survey – beekeeping “is just about the funnest thing I have ever done!” Others said beekeeping “is the most interesting hobby ever” and that they “just love honey.” Time spent working with bee ...

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