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  1. HiveLend Seeks to Connect Beekeepers and Farmers Online - Xconomy

    HiveLend Seeks to Connect Beekeepers and Farmers Online
    Xconomy
    Nicholas Zajciw founded the company after he dabbled in beekeeping and saw an opportunity. He wanted to raise a little extra cash by renting out his hives, but cold-calling farmers and attending beekeeping club meetings proved to be an inefficient and ...

  2. Weekend pioneers embrace DIY workshops - San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)

    San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)

    Weekend pioneers embrace DIY workshops
    San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)
    Although chicken keeping may be the gateway hobby for would-be city agrarians, participation is booming in related activities like home cheesemaking, pickling and backyard beekeeping. Marin County Beekeepers, a club for enthusiasts, has climbed from 17 ...

  3. Are honeybees in trouble or not? - Mother Nature Network

    Mother Nature Network

    Are honeybees in trouble or not?
    Mother Nature Network
    The efforts he attributes to the commercial growers, Tucker is quick to point out, is not to discount the yeoman work that backyard beekeepers and the large number of hobbyist beekeeping clubs around the country are doing to sustain honeybees. But ...

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  4. Carroll county beekeepers living the sweet life - Baltimore Sun

    Carroll county beekeepers living the sweet life
    Baltimore Sun
    Angie McDaniel, left, examines the honeybees after being transported forty miles from Baltimore to Carroll County. (Tom Brenner/Baltimore Sun). A close up photograph of the McDaniel's colony honeybees. (Tom Brenner/Baltimore Sun). Angie McDaniel, left ...

  5. Extension Services August 1, 2015 - Osceola News-Gazette

    Extension Services August 1, 2015
    Osceola News-Gazette
    11, Beekeeping: Is it for me? It's from 6 to 8 p.m. at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. The class overs basic considerations for potential beekeepers: legal aspects, space needs, risks, equipment needed, ...

  6. [Audio] Local Beekeeper on Bringing Bees Back from the Brink - WKMS

    WKMS

    [Audio] Local Beekeeper on Bringing Bees Back from the Brink
    WKMS
    On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Gould about how beekeepers can bring populations back from the brink and how people interested in beekeeping can get started, ahead of the McCracken County Master Gardener's Toolbox program next Tuesday.

  7. Club notes: August 2 - News & Observer

    Club notes: August 2
    News & Observer
    A Beginning Beekeeping Course started Wednesday, July 30, at the Johnston County Agricultural Center, 2736 N.C. 210, Smithfield. The course covers information about bees and beekeeping, and is the first step to becoming N.C. Certified Beekeeper.

  8. The buzz about Lebanon's beekeepers - Al-Monitor

    Al-Monitor

    The buzz about Lebanon's beekeepers
    Al-Monitor
    Summary⎙ Print During a conference held at The Lebanese University by the Lebanon Industry Value Chain Development, Lebanese Minister of Agriculture Akram Chehayeb and US Ambassador David Hale focused on the growth of the beekeeping industry ...
    Pesticides Are Killing Greece's Bees: Honey Industry Suffers Amid Broader ...Truth-Out
    Beekeeper educates people about honeyChicago Tribune
    Buzzing about: Valley beekeepers tout uptick, talk best practicesThe Herald Journal
    Science Recorder -Martha's Vineyard Times -Bismarck Tribune
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  9. Beekeepers now designated as farmers under Washington law - Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

    Beekeepers now designated as farmers under Washington law
    Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
    #The change was made as the public grows more concerned about the loss of honeybees through colony collapse and what Olson describes as a huge surge in interest about beekeeping. #“Honeybee classes are full. Hundreds of folks are getting a hive or ...

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  10. Bees Under Siege - WCAX

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    Bees Under Siege
    WCAX
    There are about 8,000 registered honeybee colonies in Vermont. But there has been no way for beekeepers in Vermont to track just how healthy the hives are in comparison to other states. That is, until now. Samantha Alger is working on her Ph.D. in ...
    Saving Vermont's bees by “bee”ing helpfulThe Eagle

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