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Ohio beekeepers report loss of colonies, more difficulty keeping insects healthy - Times Reporter
Times ReporterOhio beekeepers report loss of colonies, more difficulty keeping insects healthy
Many Ohio beekeepers have reported losing honeybee colonies during the past year and say that keeping their bees healthy is becoming increasingly difficult. Ray Wirt, president of the Tuscarawas County Beekeepers Association, estimates that local ...
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Modern Top Beehive Bar Allows Easier Access For Bees and Beekeepers - Clapway
ClapwayModern Top Beehive Bar Allows Easier Access For Bees and Beekeepers
Although bees have been threatened by many outside factors, a man has developed a new type of artificial beehive, and what could be the key to helping failing bee colonies get back on their in feet, as well as increasing the number of people beekeeping ...
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Cohasset Beekeeping, 'The Natural Way' ... - Wicked Local Cohasset
Wicked Local CohassetCohasset Beekeeping, 'The Natural Way' ...
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When my next door neighbor, Seth Tweeddale, told me he was thinking about keeping bees, my immediate response was, “I'm in!” While I knew nothing about beekeeping, I was fascinated about honey bees from shows I had seen on television. It also helped ...
Beekeepers Team Up With Winnie The Pooh To Save Threatened Bees - Tech Times
Tech TimesBeekeepers Team Up With Winnie The Pooh To Save Threatened Bees
The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) has partnered with the color illustrator of the Winnie the Pooh books, Mark Burgess, to help save the threatened bees. The characters, originally illustrated in black and white by E.H. Shepherd, is up for a new ...
10 things you can do to save dying Herts and Essex honey bees, inspired by ...
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A million bees pay visit to Town of Wallkill residence - Times Herald-Record
Times Herald-RecordA million bees pay visit to Town of Wallkill residence
TOWN OF WALLKILL — One million bees can't be wrong: There's no place like home. Beekeepers Marcel Witschard Jr. and his brother Carl were at work Thursday afternoon at a house on Bisch Road in the Town of Wallkill, where they estimated about a ...
Big buzz: Beekeepers set out to remove a million bees from upstate New York ...
New York Homeowners Evicting 1 Million Bees Living In Their House
A Million Honeybees...
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Catch the Buzz: Residents gain insight on "Beekeeping the Foxfire Way" - Burlington Times News
Burlington Times NewsCatch the Buzz: Residents gain insight on "Beekeeping the Foxfire Way"
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The session, called “Beekeeping the Foxfire Way & Now,” was part of a series of events celebrating Appalachian culture in Cedarock Park. The Foxfire in Cedarock Park series, co-sponsored by Alamance County Public Libraries and the Alamance County ...
No Decline In Decatur: It's Abuzz With Busy Honey Beekeepers - WABE 90.1 FM
WABE 90.1 FMNo Decline In Decatur: It's Abuzz With Busy Honey Beekeepers
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Honeybees are struggling to survive and scientists believe several factors could be to blame, including pesticides and degradation of habitat. But in Decatur, Georgia honeybees seem to be thriving in local colonies. Decatur actually has a lot of ...
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HiveHaven, beekeepers in Australia invents innovative beeboxes thanks to 3D ... - 3ders.org (blog)
3ders.org (blog)HiveHaven, beekeepers in Australia invents innovative beeboxes thanks to 3D ...
Now, nearly half-decade after they first started beekeeping, HiveHaven is setting out to change beekeeping for the better with their innovative and sustainable beehive boxes. Among other features of their design include the ability to provide improved ...
Ohio Beekeepers Report Year-over-Year Colony Losses - Insurance Journal
Ohio Beekeepers Report Year-over-Year Colony Losses
Ohio beekeepers say they've lost much of their beehive colonies this past year, and that keeping their bees healthy is becoming increasingly difficult. From April 2014 to April 2015, Ohio beekeepers reported losing nearly 50 percent of their colonies, ...
Massachusetts beekeepers lose bee colonies - WCVB Boston
WCVB BostonMassachusetts beekeepers lose bee colonies
Anne Averill, a professor of entomology at the Department of Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, said the number of summer deaths were unsurprising, given that many commercial beekeepers- but not all -rent out their ...