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  1. Annual pollinator event set for May 10 - News & Observer

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    Annual pollinator event set for May 10
    News & Observer
    It includes beekeeping presentations, talks about what to plant in your garden to attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators, and take a tour of a pollinator garden. Samples will be served of baked goods made with honey and honey wine ... The ...

  2. Bulloch Hall's annual Garden Faire returns April 26 - NorthFulton.com

    Bulloch Hall's annual Garden Faire returns April 26
    NorthFulton.com
    1:30 p.m. – "Lazy Beekeeping" demo and book signing by Julia Mahood, Georgia Master Beekeeper. The "Fleatique" will boast all types of gently used household goods, books and garden items. The event will feature a bake sale and coffee. For lunch ...

  3. BEE WHISPERER'S DIARY Spring an exciting time for bees, keepers - Bangor Daily News

    BEE WHISPERER'S DIARY Spring an exciting time for bees, keepers
    Bangor Daily News
    Over the next two months, thousands of new honeybee colonies will be being started up in Maine, many by hugely excited first-time beekeepers determined to help our state insect by providing them with more safe homes. During April and May, many of these ...
    Honey Bee Ware encouraging beginning beekeepersMadison.com
    In Celebration of BeesEcology Global Network
    CCD: Curse or Crisis?LimaOhio.com
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  4. Meet the dog trained to sniff out killer disease that wipes out hives - Daily Mail

    Daily Mail

    Meet the dog trained to sniff out killer disease that wipes out hives
    Daily Mail
    A beekeeping dog has been trained to sniff out a killer disease which wipes out hives and even has his own suit to protect him from stings. ... The beekeeper, from Tintinara in South Australia, created the incredible suit after a long process of trial ...

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  5. Beekeepers search for answers as colonies show up damaged after almond ... - Merced Sun-Star

    Merced Sun-Star

    Beekeepers search for answers as colonies show up damaged after almond ...
    Merced Sun-Star
    The damaged colonies are the latest worry in the beekeeping community, which is struggling to deal with colony collapse disorder, a phenomenon in which beekeepers open hives after pollination and find them empty, with the bees nowhere to be found.

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  6. Savannah beekeeper called to rescue swarm of honey bees from River Street ... - Savannah Morning News

    Savannah beekeeper called to rescue swarm of honey bees from River Street ...
    Savannah Morning News
    An estimated three pounds of honeybees had taken shelter in a flower urn outside the River Street eatery, prompting Savannah resident Diane Christoff and her sister Cindy Bailey, who was visiting from Ohio, to call beekeeper Steve Salter. “They were ...

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  7. Creating buzz with bee hive atop TMR town-hall - Montreal Gazette

    Creating buzz with bee hive atop TMR town-hall
    Montreal Gazette
    The number of urban beehives on the island of Montreal has exploded since 2011, said Mickael Mage, the coordinator of Miel Montréal — a beekeepers' cooperative. There are 240 hives from the West Island to downtown, Rosemont and the Plateau, atop the ...

  8. The buzz - Wausau Daily Herald

    Montreal Gazette

    The buzz
    Wausau Daily Herald
    As much as beekeeping fits in with a Wisconsin culture that values gardening and farming, and even though the honeybee is the state insect, Wisconsin winters stack the odds against the little honey producers. George, 71, of Rothschild has only been a ...
    An Earth Day warning: The perils facing honeybees are more numerous than ...Boston Business Journal (blog)
    TMR to become a hive of activityMontreal Gazette

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  9. The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers - Grist

    The secret life of Rust Belt beekeepers
    Grist
    Farrington tells me that Elevator B played a significant role in stimulating a city-wide interest in beekeeping, and creating the network of beekeepers that exists today: “People would come and visit the [site], and ask, 'Oh, how can I get a hive at my ...

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  10. Vermont Beekeeper Loses Half His Bees, Blames Lack of Forage - My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

    My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

    Vermont Beekeeper Loses Half His Bees, Blames Lack of Forage
    My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
    “There's a lack of forage as farming has changed which is one of my biggest concerns here in Vermont,” explained Mraz. Dairy farmers are switching from hay feed to corn feed, which many times, contains pesticides and fungicides that could be harmful to ...
    Loss of Vermont hay fields limits food for beesBurlingtonFreePress.com

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