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  1. Club news - St. Augustine Record

    Club news
    St. Augustine Record
    The St. Johns County Beekeepers Association promotes an awareness of the benefits of beekeeping and provides a forum to exchange ideas and information about the practice of beekeeping. The association meets at 7 p.m. the first Monday of the Month at ...

  2. Beekeeping firm creates buzz in Pennsylvania - Pocono Record

    Beekeeping firm creates buzz in Pennsylvania
    Pocono Record
    The Brodheadsville resident is a beekeeping hobbyist who has about 70 hives around the Poconos, made about 3,000 pounds of honey last year and teaches classes about beekeeping. He is also the manager at the local Mann Lake, one of the largest ...

  3. Beekeeping classes - The Daily Tribune

    Beekeeping classes
    The Daily Tribune
    The Caddo Trace Beekeepers Association is offering classes on beginning beekeeping. The eight classes will be held on alternate Saturday mornings at the Titus County AgriLife Building on Industrial Street in Mount Pleasant from Jan. 10, 2015 to April ...

  4. Keystone Center works with national stakeholders to tackle honeybee threats - Summit Daily News

    Keystone Center works with national stakeholders to tackle honeybee threats
    Summit Daily News
    Larry Gilliland, 74, wears this protective beekeeping outfit to tend to his beehives in his backyard near Silverthorne. He started keeping honeybees in 2012, around the same time as the two other beekeepers he knows in the county who live in Summit ...
    Bees need help to survive the winterImpartial Reporter

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  5. Complaints prompt Cambridge to evict synagogue's bees - Boston Globe

    Boston Globe

    Complaints prompt Cambridge to evict synagogue's bees
    Boston Globe
    The city has no specific laws pertaining to beekeeping, and there are at least a dozen amateur beekeepers in Cambridge. But after complaints from Eitz Chayim's neighbors that the bees had invaded their yards and porches and increased the dangers of ...

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  6. Beekeeping program returns for second year - Herald and News

    Beekeeping program returns for second year
    Herald and News
    You don't have to own bees to learn about beekeeping. In a program offered by the Oregon State University Master Beekeeper Program, complete beginners can learn about the buzzing insects that keep agriculture going. “It's open for beginners. You have ...

  7. The Beekeeping Year Starts Now - Mother Earth News

    Mother Earth News

    The Beekeeping Year Starts Now
    Mother Earth News
    The beekeeping year starts now. Most budding beekeepers will begin thinking about this venture in the spring. That's what I did. Everything awakening. Gardeners starting to plant early crops of peas and greens. Spring calves and lambs beginning to make ...

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  8. Beekeeping in Fla. increases, but bee die-off continues - First Coast News

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    Beekeeping in Fla. increases, but bee die-off continues
    First Coast News
    Beekeeping has become popular in Florida. According to Master Beekeeper Bo Sterk in St. Augustine, there were about 400 – 500 beekeepers in the state when he started 20 years ago, and now there are about 3,500 beekeepers in the Sunshine State.
    Talk: Bees and BeekeepingFrome Times

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  9. Gardener: Help create healthier ecosystems by becoming a backyard beekeeper - Lexington Herald Leader

    Gardener: Help create healthier ecosystems by becoming a backyard beekeeper
    Lexington Herald Leader
    There are many resources to help you get started with raising honeybees, including local beekeeping courses through your county extension office or local clubs. You can join a local bee association to get answers and possibly a mentor to help you with ...

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  10. Local beekeepers all abuzz over craft - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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    Local beekeepers all abuzz over craft
    Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
    With the honeybee population's rapid decline causing alarm among many in the scientific and environmental community, more and more people have taken up amateur beekeeping. Whether it's people who are fascinated by the insect, those who love ...
    Arizona honey bees are making a comebackazcentral.com
    State apiarist works to protect Ohio's beehives from myriad threatsColumbus Dispatch

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