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Extension beekeeping workshop offered | Serving Minden-Gardnerville and Carson Valley

Courtesy of Kim Hunter Steed The Beginner Beekeeping Workshop is for new and experienced beekeepers looking for information and advice on beekeeping in northern Nevada. University of Nevada, Reno Extension Monday, January 31, 2022 RENO – University of Nevada, Reno Extension hosts an introductory beekeeping workshop for new beekeepers and beekeepers looking to hone their […]

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Canterbury teenager wins beekeeping scholarship

Alyssa Wilson, 17, based in Canterbury, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Apiculture New Zealand Ron Mossop Youth Beekeeping Scholarship. The scholarship includes $2,000 to cover training and set-up costs for new beekeepers, a one-year membership in the Apiculture New Zealand industry body, and attendance at the Apiculture New Zealand industry conference to […]

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Bumble’s Queen Bee – Kashmir Reader

If you have dedication, courage and self-confidence, not even the strongest storm can shatter your dreams Success stories are often made of impossible dreams. We see the face of success, but we hardly know what is behind the creation of the successful person or how fascinating or difficult their journey has been to reach that […]

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25-year-old New Jersey native turns his beekeeping hobby into a full-scale business (look inside)

Once thought to be allergic to bees, a 25-year-old New Jersey man has turned his favorite hobby into a full-scale business while helping others learn about beekeeping – the art of beekeeping – along the way. Patrick Harrison, a Dumont native, lead beekeeper at HarBee Beekeeping is now open on Route 206 in Newton – […]

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Extension beekeeping workshop offers guidance for both new and experienced beekeepers

University of Nevada, Reno Extension hosts an introductory beekeeping workshop for new beekeepers and beekeepers looking to hone their skills. The two-day workshop will be held February 18, 6-8:45 p.m. and February 19, 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m. at Fuji Park, 601 Old Clear Creek Road in Carson City. Lindsay Chichester, Extension Educator in Douglas County, and […]

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American bobsledder Williamson positive for virus, status uncertain

Hunter Church of USA and his team in action during the men’s 4-man Bobsleigh World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. (Mayk Wendt/Keystone via AP) Mayk Wendt PA US Olympic bobsledder Josh Williamson has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not fly with his teammates to China on Thursday, although he remains […]

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Cities lack green space to support ‘unsustainable’ beekeeping boom

The rapid increase in urban apiaries is exceeding the amount of greenery available to feed both honey bees and other pollinators, according to a study by the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research. The study, titled “Challenging the sustainability of urban beekeeping using evidence from Swiss cities”, represents the “first attempt to […]

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US bobsledder Williamson positive for virus, status uncertain

Hunter Church of USA and his team in action during the men’s 4-man Bobsleigh World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. (Mayk Wendt/Keystone via AP) Mayk Wendt PA US Olympic bobsledder Josh Williamson has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not fly with his teammates to China on Thursday, although he remains […]

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Canterbury Teen Wins Beekeeping Scholarship

Thursday, January 27, 2022, 9:53 a.m.Press Release: Beekeeping NZ Alyssa Wilson (17), based in Canterbury, is the 2021 recipient of the New Zealand Ron Mossop Youth Beekeeping Fellowship. Alyssa topped a strong field of applicants to win the scholarship, which includes $2,000 to support training and set-up costs for new beekeepers, a one-year membership to […]

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Whitney Wolfe Herd: Bumble’s Queen Bee

Added January 27, 2022 Another view If you have dedication, courage and self-confidence, even the strongest storm cannot shatter your dreams. By: Sufaya yousf Success stories are often made of impossible dreams. We see the face of success but hardly know what is behind the creation of the successful person or how fascinating or difficult […]

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Why an entomologist digs deep into beekeeping data

Rae Olsson, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral research associate at Washington State University studying how a range of environmental and management factors influence bee health and colony mortality. “My research is unique in that the dataset we’re working with will be very large compared to most bee research, around 10,000 hives,” Olsson says. “And we use […]

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NAFED will create 65 FPOs of beekeepers and honey processors

The National Beekeeping & Honey Mission aims to create a network of honey testing laboratories nationwide The National Bee Board (NBB) has organized a national beekeeping industry conference in collaboration with the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd. (NAFED), the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Limited (TRIFED) and the National Dairy […]

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National Beekeeping Industry Conference | APN News

Previous story: Astral Adhesives celebrates 25 years of Bondtite by launching its first brand campaign on this Republic Day National conference on beekeeping sector held Posted on January 25, 2022 The National Bee Board (NBB) has organized a national beekeeping industry conference in collaboration with the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd. (NAFED), […]

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Mason Bee House now available in Sunflower Yellow

Cestari, based in Littleton, MA, is pleased to announce the introduction of a new color for the Bee House: Sunflower Yellow. The company is launching this color before the spring season to give its customers enough time to decide where they want to place their mason bee. The company adds that these bee houses must […]

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Climate-Threatened California Chinook Salmon Can Be Saved

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content offer viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. The endangered chinook salmon is one of California’s most endangered species. Steve Martarano US Fish and Wildlife Service Returning from the ocean, winter Chinook Salmon pass under the Golden […]

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Young players mark the first American women’s camp of 2022

FILE – Washington Spirit forward Trinity Rodman (2) plays during the second half of the NWSL Championship football game against the Chicago Red Stars on Saturday Nov. 20, 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky. A number of veterans of the United States Women’s National Team have been dropped from coach Vlatko Andonovski’s January training camp roster as […]

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Mississippi Gulf Coast Beekeeping Association offering beekeeping courses

Are you looking for a new hobby in 2022 that is bee knees? The Mississippi Gulf Coast Beekeeping Association runs four free Beekeeping 101 classes at First Baptist Church. “Having over 70 attendees in the very first course I think indicates that people are looking for something to do. Something they can care about, that […]

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Oh, Bee-Have! New study could help keep the peace for pollinators

A new Study led by the University of Florida identified production-relevant genetic traits and behavioral attributes of two pest subspecies of western (Africanized and Cape) honey bees. What was discovered could be used to help researchers and beekeepers better understand how certain traits, characteristics and colors impact behavior. Previous Start slideshow following Zoom on images […]

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PaveAways partners with the Shropshire Beekeeping Association

A construction company is helping a Shropshire charity build for the future by creating a new facility so it can efficiently process and produce its goods for sale to the public. Pave Aways Building Contractors, which is based in Knockin, is building a honey extraction room for the Shropshire Beekeepers Association at its headquarters and […]

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Mississippi Bee Specialist Shares Beekeeping Tips

Raymond, Miss. (WJTV) – The Mississippi State University (MSU) Extension Service bee specialist says those interested in beekeeping should take the time to answer some important questions and come up with a plan. before starting such a hobby. One of the best ways for people to learn about the hobby is to join a beekeeping […]

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Kane County considers first beekeeping regulations

Kane County officials will review beekeeping regulations for the first time after a handful of recurring “nuisance” issues with beekeepers. The first draft of possible rules indicates that beekeepers who live in unincorporated areas would get honey from a deal compared to their peers who live in municipalities with beekeeping rules. Beekeeping rules first hit […]

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Nahant Swamp Beginners Winter Beekeeping Class Series

Discover the world of beekeeping and learn everything you need to get started in this fascinating hobby. Participants will learn how to assemble a hive, how to care for the hive and how to harvest honey. Textbook and notes are included in the $180 fee which covers 6 classes. Classes will be held at the […]

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North Dakota Beekeeping Supply to Serve Major U.S. Honey Producing States

BISMARCK, ND (AP) — A commercial beekeeping supply business has opened in far southwestern North Dakota that will serve residents of three of the country’s top five honey-producing states. State Department of Commerce officials say the commercial supply of bees to Hettinger is intended to strengthen beekeeping and other agricultural sectors in the community and […]

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Donald Leon Moore, 94 | Bonner County Daily Bee

Donald Leon Moore, 94, died on Sunday, January 9, 2022, at Hearthstone Village in Kootenai, Idaho. Private family offices were held. On May 23, 1927, Don was born in Pasadena, California to William and Julia (Summerfelt) Moore. He grew up in Pasadena, and once he got his driver’s license, he could be found riding his […]

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North Dakota Beekeeping Supply to Serve Major US Honey States

BISMARCK, ND — A commercial beekeeping supply business has opened in far southwestern North Dakota that will serve residents of three of the nation’s top five honey-producing states. State Department of Commerce officials say the commercial supply of bees to Hettinger is intended to strengthen beekeeping and other agricultural sectors in the community and region. […]

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North Dakota Beekeeping Supply to Serve Major US Honey-Producing States | Montana News

BISMARCK, ND (AP) — A commercial beekeeping supply business has opened in far southwestern North Dakota that will serve residents of three of the country’s top five honey-producing states. State Department of Commerce officials say the commercial supply of bees to Hettinger is intended to strengthen beekeeping and other agricultural sectors in the community and […]

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Are you interested in beekeeping? Here is a course to teach you how

According to PerfectBee, “the earliest form of beekeeping, in which hives were kept for the purpose of collecting honey, occurred at least 5,000 years ago in ancient Egypt.” Fast forward a few thousand years and a few miles north and to the left, the Forsyth Beekeepers Club is abuzz to keep the tradition of bee […]

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Sheriff apologizes after newspaper box destroyed in Fresno, California

Mike Rhodes of the Community Alliance newspaper said he fought several battles with officials over the placement of his newspaper boxes. He used a GPS device to track a box that had disappeared from the Fresno jail. Pam Whalen Special for the bee Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims apologized to progressive activist Mike Rhodes on […]

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Customer stole money from Ceres restaurant office, police say

Ceres Police are looking for this man suspected of stealing money from the office of the Hot Rod Diner. Stanislaus Area Crime Stoppers A patron of a Ceres restaurant went to the second-floor office and stole an unknown amount of cash, authorities said Wednesday. It happened around 3 p.m. on January 3 at the Hot […]

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DeSantis: Freedom is good, COVID warrants, lockdowns are bad

FILE – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks during the Republican Jewish Coalition Annual Leaders Meeting at the Venetian Hotel and Casino Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021, in Las Vegas. DeSantis prepares to deliver the final State of the State address of his first term, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, as he seeks re-election and a possible presidential […]

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Beekeeping class returns for fifth year | Outside

ANGOLA – Purdue Extension Steuben County, in cooperation with Angola Parks and Recreation, will host a beekeeping workshop again this year. This will be the fifth year of the course, which has nurtured many beekeepers and hives in the tri-state area. The beginner level course will be taught by Chet Gilbert, who operates Apis Enterprises, […]

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Balloch teenager buzzes to appear in TV’s first-ever beekeeping challenge

There’s been a buzz about Balloch with a teenager embarking on a honey-making adventure as part of the UK’s first-ever beekeeping challenge. Harry Hose appears in new CBBC series Show Me The Honey! which features five beekeepers and their families as they learn everything there is to know about maintaining a hive. The 14-year-old took […]

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Challenging the sustainability of urban beekeeping using evidence from Swiss cities

Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN). Action plan for the Swiss Biodiversity Strategy (FOEN, Bern, 2017). Geldmann, J. & González-Varo, JP Conservation of honey bees does not help wildlife. Science 359392–393 (2018). Google Scholar article Egerer, M. & Kowarik, I. Facing the modern Gordian knot of urban beekeeping. School Trends. Evol. 35956–959 (2020). Google Scholar […]

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Pauline Hatfield Obituary (1927 – 2022) – Fresno, CA

Pauline Hatfield April 27, 1927 – January 11, 2022 Fresno, California – Pauline Elizabeth Hatfield was born on April 27, 1927 in Dexter, Maine. She died on January 11, 2022 while living at Sunrise Assisted Living in Fresno at the age of 94. Pauline was the adopted daughter of Archie and Ida Morrill. She attended […]

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Beekeeping Program Graduates First Certified Students in Humboldt County – Times-Standard

On Sunday, amid a buzz of excitement, the first six graduates of California’s Beekeeping Master’s Program in Humboldt County gathered in Eureka to accept their apprentice-level certificates. The new certificate holders had to pass practical tests in order to demonstrate their new beekeeping knowledge acquired through the program, which lasted from May to September 2021. […]

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Coast Guard announces safety rules after fatal boat fire

FILE – In this Sept. 2, 2019, file photo provided by the Ventura County Fire Department, VCFD firefighters respond to a fire aboard the dive boat Conception fire in the Santa Barbara Channel off the coast of Southern California. The Coast Guard has announced several new safety rules following the deadly fire that sent dozens […]

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Club Feature: AU Beekeeping Society creates a space for students to cultivate sustainability on campus

Meet the AU Beekeeping Society, a club dedicated to cultivating a sustainable environment, spreading knowledge about beekeeping, and educating members of the AU community about the importance bees have on the planet. environment. According to club president and current College of Arts and Sciences senior DJ Daniels, AU Beekeeping offers a way for students to […]

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Property developers tender for a beekeeping site on the cliffs of Mellieħa

Two property developers have submitted a tender for renting a cliffside site in Mellieħa to set up a beekeeping facility – residents’ fear is the first step towards developing the protected area. One of the developers has a pending application to build on the adjacent site. Documents seen by Malta weather show that at the […]

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Green bee-eater birds spotted near rivers, streams

Green bee-eater birds. Our correspondent: PANDARUS, Large numbers of green bee-eater birds have started appearing in groups in rivers, streams, and fields around the Pandaria block. Due to the drop in temperature, these birds are seen sitting close to each other in the form of a string in order to protect themselves from the cold. […]

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Building homes for bees and making New Year’s resolutions – Lake Cowichan Gazette

Before Gaius Julius Caesar created the Julian calendar, the New Year began on April 1, the day new consuls were elected. Gaius Julius arbitrarily chose January 1, perhaps because he was following the great Roman religious festival of Saturnalia so closely, or perhaps because he was anticipating the end of consular elections. Of course, this […]