Bees & Beekeeping in the News
New rule would let neighbors sting beekeepers - Evanston Now
Evanston NowNew rule would let neighbors sting beekeepers
Thomas-Smith, in proposing the new rule, references a beekeeping ordinance in Skokie. But that ordinance only requires obtaining the permission of neighbors before a hive is first established and explicitly does not require neighbors' permission for ...
'The Good Living Guide to Beekeeping: Secrets of the Hive' - Brattleboro Reformer
'The Good Living Guide to Beekeeping: Secrets of the Hive'
Interspersed throughout the book are amusing stories about beekeepers as well as their individual techniques with beekeeping. Not only will the reader learn about necessary concepts like smokers, hive tools, or veils, but will also have the benefit of ...
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Jumpstart Your Beekeeping Hobby By Building This Simple Beehive - Popular Mechanics
Popular MechanicsJumpstart Your Beekeeping Hobby By Building This Simple Beehive
Beekeeping is fast becoming a favorite hobby of gardeners. A healthy colony of bees will pollinate your yard and garden, keeping your plants and flowers thriving. A bonus is the delicious honey you'll be able to harvest from your beehive every season.
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Urban Beekeeping: Part I, How To Set Up A Beehive - Hoodline
HoodlineUrban Beekeeping: Part I, How To Set Up A Beehive
We are thrilled to host local beekeeping instructor Paul Koski of the San Francisco Beekeeper Association for Part I in our Urban Beekeeping Series where you will learn how to manage an Urban Honey Beehive in San Francisco. You can keep bees in your ...
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Beekeeping courses become a must for agricultural sectors - Pulse Headlines
Telegraph.co.ukBeekeeping courses become a must for agricultural sectors
Currently, he sells colony nuclei to other beekeepers so they can raise their own bee farm. These are working colonies that cost around $200. He also dictates beekeeping classes at his Golden Days Farm, at 1915 King William Road in Virginia. The state ...
Busy beehives provide up-close learning experience in Leominster
New honey bees arrive at MSU Horticulture Farm, support pollinator research
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Online scheme launched to connect growers and beekeepers - FarmersWeekly
FarmersWeeklyOnline scheme launched to connect growers and beekeepers
A new web-based scheme has been launched for growers to tell beekeepers when they are planning to spray crops with insecticide with a few clicks. The scheme, called BeeConnected, has been rolled out as a pilot across Hertfordshire to make ...
Let It Bee: DC Parks And Rec Launches New Urban Beekeeping Program - DCist.com
Washington City PaperLet It Bee: DC Parks And Rec Launches New Urban Beekeeping Program
Bee-lieve the buzz! There's some new hive news that has nothing to do with the Beyhive. The D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation announced a new beekeeping program alongside the D.C. Beekeepers Alliance. DPR will have seven designated ...
DC Government Wants You To Help Foster Urban Bees
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Modern beekeeping offers Ethiopian youths a sweeter future - Christian Science Monitor
Christian Science MonitorModern beekeeping offers Ethiopian youths a sweeter future
Christian Science Monitor
This means the young Ethiopian beekeepers will have to conserve trees and plant more of them, while reducing the use of pesticides that harm bees, Kelemu said. Alemayehu Konde Koira, senior manager of the youth livelihoods program at the MasterCard ...
New scheme to connect farmers and beekeepers - NFU Online
NFU OnlineNew scheme to connect farmers and beekeepers
Today marks the start of an innovative new pilot scheme across Hertfordshire called BeeConnected. The website is specifically developed to provide a more efficient and effective way of farmers informing beekeepers of their intention to apply an ...
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Beekeepers sought to assist with research on how landscapes affect bee health - Penn State News
Penn State NewsBeekeepers sought to assist with research on how landscapes affect bee health
Penn State News
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Penn State Center for Pollinator Research is recruiting beekeepers from Pennsylvania and surrounding states to assist in research on how landscape features affect the quality of apiaries. The Landscapes for Bee Project will ...