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  1. Open Doors listings beginning Jan. 31: Exhibits, crafts, lectures and more - The Providence Journal

    The Providence Journal

    Open Doors listings beginning Jan. 31: Exhibits, crafts, lectures and more
    The Providence Journal
    The Rhode Island Beekeepers Association is holding beginner beekeeping classes that will cover everything a novice needs to know. Subjects include the honeybee life cycle, choosing an apiary site, buying bees and equipment, assembly of the hive, ...

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  2. Beekeeper, Buddhist monk explores 'sacred geometry' - BlueRidgeNow.com

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    Beekeeper, Buddhist monk explores 'sacred geometry'
    BlueRidgeNow.com
    Published: Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 4:30 a.m.. Last Modified: Friday, January 30, 2015 at 2:26 p.m.. At the intersection of beekeeping, healing, and promoting awareness of the sacred quality of life and the natural world sits Skye Taylor, Buddhist ...

  3. Why do woodpeckers peck? - LaGrange Daily News

    Why do woodpeckers peck?
    LaGrange Daily News
    For those of you interested in beekeeping, the Troup County Association of Beekeepers will be offering beginning beekeeping classes from 1 to 5 p.m. on Feb. 15 and 28, March 14 and the 28 at the Ag Center in LaGrange. For further information call Terry ...

  4. FDL and area farm news & notes - Fond du Lac Reporter

    Fond du Lac Reporter

    FDL and area farm news & notes
    Fond du Lac Reporter
    Classes will be led by local veteran beekeepers Earl Jewett and Hank Miller. The beginner's program will cover bee biology, beekeeping equipment, hive management, honey extraction and marketing, overwintering bees, and beekeeping resources. Cost is ...

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  5. Gardening Q&A with Richard Nunnally - Richmond.com

    Gardening Q&A with Richard Nunnally
    Richmond.com
    Q. We are novices, but have an interest in beekeeping. Can you give us some direction? How to plan, what time of year to start? We live in Enon, off Route 10 near Hopewell. Do you know of any beekeepers in this area? We would appreciate any information ...

  6. Perry man operates unusual business in his backyard - Macon Telegraph (blog)

    Perry man operates unusual business in his backyard
    Macon Telegraph (blog)
    Tedders sells them primarily to beekeepers to control small hive beetles. Tedders said the ... With more people getting into backyard beekeeping and turning to organic solutions over chemicals, the demand for the nematodes has been growing. “Every year ...

  7. THE BEE WHISPERER Breaks in cold weather essential for bees - Bangor Daily News

    Bangor Daily News

    THE BEE WHISPERER Breaks in cold weather essential for bees
    Bangor Daily News
    This will sponsor the training of one or two new beekeepers each year through beginner and intermediate adult education classes, including textbooks, and ultimately assist some students with advanced level training. Students should be of high school or ...

  8. One is done: The frustrations of beekeeping - Ames Tribune

    One is done: The frustrations of beekeeping
    Ames Tribune
    In recent years it's become all too common for hobbyist and small-scale beekeepers that don't send their colonies to over-winter in California (where they're used to pollinate almond groves) to lose some or all of their hives over the course of the winter.

  9. Enterprising teen turns beekeeping hobby into business - Richmond-News

    Richmond-News

    Enterprising teen turns beekeeping hobby into business
    Richmond-News
    Simpson is scheduled to give a presentation on his beekeeping business at the St. Croix Valley Beekeepers Association's March meeting. The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 12 at 7 p.m. The meetings are held at Peace Lutheran Church, 2084 ...

  10. Annual Vermont Farm Show underway - The Eagle

    The Eagle

    Annual Vermont Farm Show underway
    The Eagle
    #This year's show features more than 150 agricultural exhibits, ranging from tractors to livestock to cutting-edge equipment, as well as twelve new 2015 exhibitors, including the Vermont Beekeeping Association and the Vermont Holstein Association as ...

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