Farmington reconsiders local laws in hopes of luring breweries, tech businesses - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Farmington reconsiders local laws in hopes of luring breweries, tech businesses
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Attention brewers, beekeepers and tech-savvy types — the city of Farmington wants you. The city hopes to make itself more appealing to microbreweries, beekeeping operations, solar farms, data centers and other trendy enterprises that have been setting ...
Beekeeping can be honey of a business - The Daily News Online
The Daily News OnlineBeekeeping can be honey of a business
The Daily News Online
They're a slightly different breed than the commercial beekeepers in the news recently — the men and women who haul thousands of hives around the nation, providing pollination services along the way. In this case, they provide a hefty portion of the ...
Usda Program Aims To Aid Pollinators - Yankton Daily Press
Bangor Daily News (blog)Usda Program Aims To Aid Pollinators
Yankton Daily Press
It's been nine years since Colony Collapse Disorder first made headlines, not only in the beekeeping community but also to the masses with reports speculating the effects of this mysterious, sudden disappearance of millions of honey bees on future ...
Save June swarms: Call a beekeeper
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Grading The President's Strategy To Promote Bee Health
A honey of a hobby
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Oh, honey! Bees + recipes = cookbook - Worthington Daily Globe
Worthington Daily GlobeOh, honey! Bees + recipes = cookbook
Worthington Daily Globe
A few years ago, after becoming intrigued by honey and using it more and more in her cooking, Sue resolved to become a beekeeper. “This will be the fourth season,” explained Sue, who lives in Bemidji. “I do the beekeeping with a friend. It's not on our ...
'I keep the Welsh language alive through bees' - Financial Times
Financial Times'I keep the Welsh language alive through bees'
I'm well over 80 now but I started beekeeping 60 years ago. At about that time modern hives were introduced. Before then, beekeepers had used closed straw skeps — but suddenly, for the first time, they were able to see what was taking place within the ...
Jay Evans: Searching for answers to the decline in honeybees - Washington Post
Chicago TribuneJay Evans: Searching for answers to the decline in honeybees
In an annual survey by a consortium of universities and research laboratories, thousands of beekeepers reported losing an average of 42.1 percent of their colonies in the 12-month period that ended in April. Beekeepers once expected to lose about 10 ...
101: America's Declining Honeybee Population
EPA planning pesticide-free zones for bees
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Weekend Deals: Free Bee School, 50% off Pure Barre, Clarins and more - Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)Weekend Deals: Free Bee School, 50% off Pure Barre, Clarins and more
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Bee School for kids: On May 30 children ages 9 – 14 can attend Children's Bee School at Reynolds Nature Preserve with Tara Beekeepers. Parents must accompany children. Kids will learn the Basic Aspects of Honeybees, Why we need bees, the inner ...
Club news: S.C. Rep. Norman to speak June 11 in Lake Wylie - The Herald
The HeraldClub news: S.C. Rep. Norman to speak June 11 in Lake Wylie
Campers will learn the basics of beekeeping, bee's jobs in the colony including how pollination takes place, the parts of the hive, the equipment beekeepers use, and how honey is extracted. Campers will receive resources to take home and able to take ...
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Beekeeping lecture at historical center draws large crowd - Southernminn.com
Southernminn.comBeekeeping lecture at historical center draws large crowd
Many people packed the Waseca County Historical Society on May 28 to hear from a beekeeper who is continuing in his father's tradition of educating people about bees. The presentation was part of the historical society's spring luncheon-lecture series ...
Honeybee Decline: Tiny Parasites May be to Blame by Infecting Larvae - Nature World News
Nature World NewsHoneybee Decline: Tiny Parasites May be to Blame by Infecting Larvae
Nature World News
While the exact cause is unknown, scientists have speculated that pesticides, pathogens, mites and certain beekeeping practices have all contributed to this decline. Nosema ceranae, a kind of fungal pathogen spread by spores, is also implicated in CCD ...
Tiny parasite may contribute to declines in honey bee colonies by infecting larvae
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