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  1. Bees, balm spell business promise for Big Flats teen - Elmira Star-Gazette

    Bees, balm spell business promise for Big Flats teen
    Elmira Star-Gazette
    A demonstration by a local beekeeper changed his thinking. A year ago, he decided he would become one, too. ... Still smitten with beekeeping, the Horseheads high School senior found a way to become involved. He developed his own lip balm made of ...

  2. Vermont Quenching Public's Thirst For Beer-Themed Vacations - Hartford Courant

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    Vermont Quenching Public's Thirst For Beer-Themed Vacations
    Hartford Courant
    ESSEX, VERMONT — In the J.K. Adams Kitchen, a culinary classroom in the lower level of Vermont's Essex Resort & Spa, in Essex, Vt., nine vacationers began to cut, chop and slice the fixings for Balsamic Beer French Onion Soup. Soon, the aroma of red ...

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  3. News of Organizations - The Transylvania Times

    News of Organizations
    The Transylvania Times
    The Transylvania Beekeeping Club will meet Monday, May 11, at 7 p.m. at the Community Service Center in Brevard. Cooperative Extension Agent Bart Renner will be the guest speaker, demonstrating how to build a bear fence. Beekeepers, people ...

  4. Community news: PATH fish fry - The Herald

    Community news: PATH fish fry
    The Herald
    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 a sample of ...

  5. Chasing bees: a matter of survival - Tri City Times

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    Chasing bees: a matter of survival
    Tri City Times
    Who was I to duke it out with these natural and industrialized chemical adversaries? So, when a beekeeper suggested I try "managed beekeeping" in 2009, the deal was done. He would set up his hives along my lavender fields and fulfill necessary bee-care.
    Catch the buzzVancouver Sun

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  6. Bee safe while gardening to protect pollinators - Ellwood City Ledger

    Bee safe while gardening to protect pollinators
    Ellwood City Ledger
    Without proper beekeeping training, however, homeowners should never allow stinging insects to take up residence on their property. If a hive is spotted in or around the yard, a pest management professional or professional beekeeper should be contacted ...

  7. Hobby beekeeping now legal in Rapid City - KEVN Black Hills Fox

    KEVN Black Hills Fox

    Hobby beekeeping now legal in Rapid City
    KEVN Black Hills Fox
    Tom Allen says, "There's some folks that disagree but overall I think the ordinance presented by the City Attorney's Office both protect the public and also allow beekeepers to keep bees in their backyard, as long as they do it and not create a ...
    Beekeeping is keeping local couple busy in CulbertsonMcCook Daily Gazette

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  8. Greenfield Board of Health to consider allowing beekeeping - Greenfield West Allis Now

    Greenfield West Allis Now

    Greenfield Board of Health to consider allowing beekeeping
    Greenfield West Allis Now
    Nevertheless, it's willing to hear a presentation by the Milwaukee Waukesha Beekeepers Association at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 14. "They've been very active in getting ordinances passed in Wauwatosa and Milwaukee," said Darren Rausch, health department ...

  9. Bee farmer joins Carolina Inn to promote taste of Chapel Hill - News & Observer

    News & Observer

    Bee farmer joins Carolina Inn to promote taste of Chapel Hill
    News & Observer
    Beekeeper Marty Hanks opens a transport case April 27, 2015, before adding new bees to the Carolina Inn hives at a farm off Hatch Road west of Carrboro. Hanks .... A queen can lay up to 3,000 eggs a day, according to the American Beekeeping Federation.

  10. New law may soon set city abuzz with bees - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City Journal

    New law may soon set city abuzz with bees
    Rapid City Journal
    Hobby beekeepers in Rapid City were given a final nod of approval Monday night from the Rapid City Council to keep their backyards abuzz with up to four hives in some residential lots. Effective May 29, the council's unanimous vote Monday will allow ...

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