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Beekeeping Buzz: Club Inspires Local Beekeepers – Farmville

Bees are one of the most important members of our ecosystem. As pollinators, they play a vital role in the growth and health of countless types of flowers, trees and crops. And, of course, the honey they produce is enjoyed by many creatures, including us humans. Beekeepers, or beekeepers as they are often called, spend […]

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Hughson biker injured in crash with ice cream truck

Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Vehicle John Holland jholland@modbee.com A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after crashing into an ice cream van in Hughson on Wednesday night, officials said. At around 6 p.m., the motorcyclist was traveling north on Tully Road as the driver of the ice cream van was traveling west on Narcisco Way, which is south […]

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Welcome to the house! | Bonner County Daily Bee

▶️ Listen to this article now. HEART OF ALENE — One by one, as Vietnam War veterans entered the sanctuary of Candlelight Christian Fellowship on Tuesday, they spoke their names into the microphone. Michael Brooks Al Holm. Kenny Moore. David Morganson. This continued as about 150 men and women entered. Some used canes. A few […]

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Hen and beekeeping may be allowed at Burns Lake – Burns Lake Lakes District News

A new Dog and Animal Control Bylaw passed first, second and third readings by Burns Lake Village Council on March 22 and will be considered for adoption. The by-law is proposed to replace the former Dog Control By-law to include regulations regarding the responsible practice of hen keeping and beekeeping. This would allow residents to […]

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Modesto’s father accused of breaking his baby’s arm

Modesto’s parents were arrested on Tuesday after the father allegedly broke their baby’s arm and the couple waited nearly a week to see a doctor. Parents took the 4-month-old to a clinic in Ceres on Sunday, where she was diagnosed with a spiral fracture in her upper left arm, Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Sgt. Luke Schwartz. […]

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Rodman among American players called up to face Uzbekistan

Trinity Rodman was among young players named to the United States Women’s National Team for two matches next month against Uzbekistan. Coach Vlatko Andonovski left veterans such as Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Christen Press and Tobin Heath out of the squad announced on Tuesday as he continues to assess players ahead of World Cup qualifying […]

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Arunachal can greatly benefit from beekeeping: CCF

NAMSAI, March 29: Chief Conservator of Forests (CCF) Rajesh S Kumar said Arunachal Pradesh, being an agrarian society, can greatly benefit from the wild beekeeping trade as it has the potential to offer high economic returns. Attending the farewell ceremony of a training program on “wild beekeeping and processing” here on Tuesday, Kumar stressed the […]

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Motorcyclist killed in Highway 99 crash was a resident of Hughson

A motorcyclist died Tuesday morning in an accident on Highway 99 at Pelandale Avenue. Submitted A motorcyclist died Tuesday morning in a collision with a car and a large truck on Highway 99 in Modesto. At around 6:50 a.m., a Scion was traveling north in the fast lane and the motorcyclist was traveling north in […]

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Symondsbury Primary School Beekeeping Club

A SCHOOL in West Dorset is buzzing after being offered to start a beekeeping club in a bid to educate children. Symondsbury Primary School has been offered the opportunity by local volunteer beekeepers to form a club to teach children all about the beekeeping with the opportunity for them to obtain their British Beekeeping Association […]

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Election officials call Georgia’s bill a ‘security theatre’

ATLANTE Some Georgia County election administrators are calling proposed changes to state election law a “security theatre,” which would waste time and money while driving out scarce election workers. County officials defeated House Bill 1464 during a Monday hearing before the Senate Ethics Committee. The measure, passed earlier by the House, would allow the Georgia […]

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Judge Thomas joins arguments remotely after hospital stay

FILE – In this Nov. 30, 2018, photo, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Clarence Thomas sits for a group portrait at the Supreme Court building in Washington. Judge Thomas participates in a “fireside chat” in Salt Lake City hosted by former Senator Orrin Hatch’s foundation, Friday, March 11, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File) […]

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Oklahoma Made: Bee Hobby Becomes Family Business at Roark Acres Honey | Tulsa World Magazine

Rock formations and trails can be found at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton. Photo by Stephen Pingry, Tulsa World Magazine Robbers Cave State Park takes its name from a void among some rocks where the bad guys may have been hiding, but it’s actually much more than that. Located approximately 120 miles southeast of […]

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Honey trap: is there a downside to the beekeeping boom? | The bees

En the spring, longtime beekeeper Tony Wilsmore will start getting phone calls. People usually see his phone number on the side of the cargo bike he rides in the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds tending to various backyard beehives in the interior north as part of his business Suburban Bees. As their garden begins to […]

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EXPLANATOR: What do we know about the jurors in the kidnapping trial?

The exterior of the federal courthouse is shown March 9, 2022 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The trial of four men accused of planning to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer takes place indoors. (AP Photo/Mike Houseer) Mike Head of Household PA GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. A foster family manager, a plastics factory manager and an IT worker […]

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Beekeeping: an educational family experience | Way of life

Keeping a hive of bees can be an educational family experience as well as providing honey for your table and pollination for your garden and flowering plants. Most municipal ordinances allow up to two hives per municipal property. Interest in beekeeping has exploded over the past 10 years. For example, seven years ago there were […]

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Bees and Beekeeping 101: A Livingston Library Program

Livingston Public Library press release: March 24, 2022 Global bee populations have been declining rapidly for years, and it’s not just our supply of honey that’s at stake: bees’ contribution to crop pollination is critical to human survival. When the virus slowed down our lives, encouraging people to stay home, enjoy the outdoors and focus […]

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Watch baby ducks waddle behind mother as they leave Florida hospital

Ducks waddled behind their mother as they left a Florida hospital. Screenshot of Beaches OBGYN Facebook Page A group of ducklings have hatched in the “right place” – just outside the labor and delivery unit of a Florida hospital. The video shows the 10 babies waddling around the hospital as their mother leads the way […]

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Key moments in Russia’s month-long war in Ukraine

FILE – People examine the damage after a shopping mall was bombed, in kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, March 21, 2022. (AP Photo/ (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File) Efrem Lukatsky PA Russia’s war in Ukraine has killed thousands, severely damaged some cities and forced millions to flee their homes. The biggest military conflict in Europe since World War […]

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Let the pollination begin, Seven Hills City Council should approve beekeeping ordinance

SEVEN HILLS, Ohio — The buzz you hear around Seven Hills could be related to the fact that the city council is currently considering an ordinance that, if passed, will allow residents to maintain beehives in the community. Supporting the change in honey production is Seven Hill Mayor Anthony D. Biasiotta, who admitted he was […]

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Beekeeping Internship Offered in North Florida

L’Abeille Herban offers a practical course. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – White Harvest Farms and Herban Bee have partnered to continue to increase food security on the First Coast in fun and engaging ways. Mika Hardison-Carr, the owner of Herban Bee, got her start as a gardener. “I was literally going from flower to flower doing the […]

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Opening of Mercantile in Churchville offering beekeeping equipment, mushrooms and more

CHURCHVILLE – The smell of pine greets you as you enter the US 250 storefront. Bella the dog waves goodbye and walks away. The building, built in 1929, retains its original pine floors. It was originally a grocery store for the town of Churchville. When Jack Wilson bought it two years ago, the walls were […]

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Spring turkey season opens Saturday – Lake County Record-Bee

The spring wild turkey hunt opens on Saturday and experts say it should be another great year. The spring hatch was good with a high survival rate among juvenile birds. The season runs until May 1 with an extended two-week season for junior archers and hunters. Hunting hours are 30 minutes before sunrise until 5 […]

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Purabi Dairy Launches Second Batch of Beekeeping Science Training Program

Purabi Dairy has started the second batch of the Scientific Beekeeping Training Program, under NBHM’s Mini Mission-I, at the Purabi Dairy Campus in Guwahati. The project aims to establish beekeeper producer organizations/honey groups in WAMUL operational areas in Hajo, Kamrup district, thereby creating a new source of income for milk producers as well as the […]

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Students excel in regional spelling bee

The top three spellers from the district spelling bees qualified for the regional contest. This took place at Green River High School on March 10. There were 14 students in grades four through eight representing districts in southeastern Utah. The regional bee was made up of the top three spellers from Carbon, […]

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Erode farmers encouraged to adopt stingless beekeeping

As honey produced by stingless bees has high nutritional and therapeutic value, farmers in the district have been encouraged to engage in beekeeping for sustainable income. ICAR – Krishi Vigyan Kendra, MYRADA, Erode District, ICAR – Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute, Hyderabad, Area X, and ICAR – National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources (NBAIR), Bengaluru, […]

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Feed Your Buzz: A&M AgriLife Offers Introductory Beekeeping Course Online

It’s a hobby where you can get your buzz. Texas A&M AgriLife offers a course called Beekeeping 101 to give novices a taste of what it’s like to form a partnership with one of nature’s most industrious little beasts, the honey bee. The in-person course will be held in San Antonio on March 25, but […]

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Record attendance at Quincy beekeeping course

QUINCY (WGEM) – Dozens of people showed their passion for bees this afternoon during a beginner’s beekeeping class at the Adams County Farm Bureau. People of all ages and experience levels attended the meeting hosted by the Mississippi Valley Beekeepers Association. Presentations were given on the biology of bees, the equipment needed, the experiences of […]

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Naturalist, the legend of sea turtles leaves a legacy of a refuge

MELBOURNE, Florida. “Doc” Ehrhart wasn’t afraid to get his hands dirty – or bitten – or stung – or wrapped around a nasty rattlesnake. He often joked, “I’m not good with computers, but if you ever need someone to free a rattlesnake or skin a skunk without puncturing the scent gland…I’m your man.” But it […]

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Convicted: Lorenzen Wright’s ex-wife recruited him for killing

FILE – Sherra Wright listens to prosecutor Paul Hagerman read a list of evidence against her during a hearing in Judge Lee Coffee’s court in Memphis, Tennessee on July 25, 2019. Billy Ray Turner is charged with conspiracy with Sherra Wright to kill her ex-husband, retired NBA player Lorenzen Wright, whose body was found in […]

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A beginner beekeeping course will be held in Quincy this weekend

QUINCY (WGEM) – Bees are a crucial part of the ecosystem and local bee populations have been affected in recent years. That’s why the Mississippi Valley Beekeepers Association runs beekeeping classes for beginners. Their next spring class will be Saturday from around 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Adams County Farm Bureau Building in […]

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No Mow May becomes a permanent part of Appleton to promote bee habitat

APPLETON – No Mow May will become an annual fixture in Appleton. City Council voted 10-4 on Wednesday to incorporate No Mow May into the city’s municipal code for 2022 and beyond, much to the delight of Pollenablers-Fox Cities. No Mow May allows landowners to delay lawn care in May as a way to encourage […]

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As war in Ukraine rages, diplomats close to Iran nuclear deal

FILE – International Atomic Energy Organization, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi, left, talks to Iran Atomic Energy Organization chief Mohammad Eslami during their meeting in Tehran, March 5 2022. As war in Ukraine rages on, diplomats trying to salvage the languishing 2015 Iran nuclear deal, have continued negotiations despite the distractions caused by the […]

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Beekeeping products and nut jam have become the main food products of local producers in Azerbaijan – AZERTAC

Baku, March 17, AZERTAC Within the framework of the project “Development of sustainable and inclusive agri-food systems in the North-West region of Azerbaijan” funded by the European Union and covering the districts of Gakh, Zagatala and Balakan, training sessions were organized on the preparation of the production of honey, the appropriate packaging, and the preparation […]

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These companies will do the beekeeping for you

Imagine yourself relaxing in your garden; maybe you’re dining al fresco, reading a book, or just taking a five-minute break from work. You watch the bees twirl around before flying off to a hive. It’s dreamy, right? Reverie is a reality for those who have honey hives. “They’re wonderful to have on the property,” says […]

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Georgia Republicans call for new changes to election laws

FILE – A poll worker talks to a voter before casting their vote on a ballot on Election Day in Atlanta on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. House Republicans pushed through a bill to make new changes to voting rules Georgia’s vote late Tuesday, March 15, 2022, despite Democratic objections that the GOP was feeding an […]

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Penn State Extension educator gets grant to help bees and beekeeping

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania — A $217,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program will allow Robyn Underwood, beekeeping educator at Penn State Extension, to develop an extension program on honey bee queen rearing and artificial insemination. “Honey bees are the most important managed pollinator,” Underwood said. “We […]

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alternative beekeeping made in France

An alternative approach to beekeeping has been developed by Adam Wright and Karin Maassen at Custos Apium. “We are not professional producers, so our goal is not to produce as much honey as possible,” said Adam, from Saint-Michel-de-Veisse, in Creuse. “It’s to help bees by providing them with habitats where they can survive on their […]

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Pome fruit pollination strategy: protecting the mason bee

Mason bees (Osmia spp.) are receiving increasing attention as they are very efficient pollinators of many fruit crops. However, several parasites are known to be detrimental to the development of mason bee offspring. To date, clear and effective guidelines for controlling or preventing infestation by these parasites in honeycombs are lacking. This study examines how […]

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Come to a beekeeping school in Brenham on March 26

BRENHAM, Texas (KBTX) – The Central Texas Beekeepers Association will host the 12th Annual Beekeeping School (Covid Delayed) on March 26 at Brenham High School. The event takes place from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but people are advised to arrive earlier if they have not registered. Michael Kelling of the Central Texas Beekeepers Association […]

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How to Make a Mason Bee House for Your Garden

Photo: Chatham172 (Shutterstock) Gardeners know that the presence of bees is a great help in the garden. Some gardeners are even turning to urban beekeeping to attract industrious pollinators to the yard (and reap the reward: honey). If you’re not quite ready for full beekeeping, you can still get in on the fun by attracting […]

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Sutter Health Wins Big Victory in Federal Antitrust Lawsuit

Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento is pictured in 2019. A jury ruled in a class action lawsuit on Friday that the plaintiff’s evidence did not prove that Sutter required insurers to use all of its hospitals if they wanted to get one . Rich Pedroncelli PA Sacramento-based Sutter Health successfully defeated a class action lawsuit […]

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Eighth grader from Carmel wins Countywide Spelling Bee contest – Monterey Herald

SALINAS — It took not only repeated spelling prowess, but also a deep understanding of definitions to determine Isabell Fujita of All Saints Episcopal School as the winner of the 26th annual Monterey County Spelling Bee on Saturday. After 19 rounds of savvy back and forth, the eighth grader took the bee’s top spot with […]

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Porterville teenager shot and killed; homicide investigation launched

A 14-year-old boy died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen after being transported to a central hospital in the San Joaquin Valley, and the case is being investigated as a homicide. Porterville police officers responded around 7:37 p.m. Saturday at Sierra View Medical Center, according to a news release Sunday. “Efforts to stabilize the […]

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US beekeeping suit market is currently the largest and fastest growing – The Bollywood Post

Get a sample report Survey before purchase Order the report now Overview of the beekeeping suits market This has led to several changes in This report also covers the impact of COVID-19 on the global market. The report provides revenue forecasts at global, regional and country level. It also provides comprehensive coverage of key industry […]

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Seven-day training program on “Scientific Beekeeping” begins at FoA Wadura – Kashmir Reader

SRINAGAR: A seven-day training program in “scientific beekeeping” under the National Beekeping and Honey Mission (NBHM) Sponsored by the National Bee Board Organized by the Pollinator Research and Training Center, Pollinators and Pollination Management (RTCPPM) SKUAST Kashmir in collaboration with Entomology Division, FoA, Wadura Sopore.In the training program, young unemployed people from Kupwara and Baramulla […]

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Dos Coyotes restaurant offers catering offers for its anniversary

The Dos Coyotes Border Cafe on R Street will close at the end of the month. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com Want more cooking news? Sign up for the Food & Drink newsletter at sacbee.com/foodnews to get your fill every week. Dos Coyotes border cafe celebrates its 30th anniversary this spring — and its 31st too. Founded […]

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Richmond Garden Club Hosts Beekeeping Presentation | News

The Richmond Garden Club recently met at the Madison County Public Library where members received a very informative program on beekeeping by Mr. Sherman Sparks and Mr. Eddie Wilson of E & S Bee Services. The program was available virtually to members. Participants received information about beekeeping as a hobby or vocation, as well as […]

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25% discount on beekeeping and evening nature walks: Pelago family holiday activities!

Are you looking for kid-friendly activities during the March school holidays? Pelago has lots of fun ideas, from go-kart racing to feeding turtles. Get 25% off tickets through March 31, 2022! The school holidays are finally here and if you’re wondering how to keep the kids busy, why not let Pelago do the heavy lifting […]

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EPA approves genetically modified mosquitoes in California

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. How do you control an invasive, aggressive and pesticide-resistant species of mosquito? Genetic engineering could provide an answer, and the Central San Joaquin Valley will soon be the testing […]

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The alligator that threatened the paddleboarder in a viral video is dead

FIX TRAPPER TO AL ROBERTS INSTEAD OF WILL PARKER In this Feb. 22, 2022, photo taken by paddler Brady Toensing, 54, of Reddick, Fla., licensed alligator trapper Al Roberts stands with an alligator from nearly 12 foot killed in Silver Springs State Park, Florida. Will Parker, who obtained the state permit to kill the alligator, […]

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Beekeeping is a centuries-old tradition | Farm News

For about 10,000 years, beekeeping has been closely linked to human cultures around the world. Although there are more than 20,000 species of other bees in the world, each of which excels at specific tasks, none is closer to the evolution of human history than our friend the honey bee. Keeping bees never goes out […]

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Turtle escape hatches are now required in more shrimp nets

NEW ORLEANS The federal government is reminding shrimpers that more boats are now required to have sea turtle escape hatches installed in their nets. Boats at least 40 feet (12.2 meters) long and using skimmer nets must now use turtle excluder devices, commonly known as TEDs, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Department said […]

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Jury chosen for Michigan Governor Whitmer’s kidnapping plot trial

FILE – This combination of photos provided by the Kent County Sheriff and the Delaware Department of Justice shows, top row from left, Brandon Caserta and Barry Croft; and bottom row from left, Adam Dean Fox and Daniel Harris. The four members of anti-government groups are on trial in March 2022 on federal charges accusing […]

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EPA should expand use of bee-killing pesticides

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to approve a proposal to extend the use of four neonicotinoids for the next 15 years. These pesticides are known to be particularly dangerous to essential pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, and have been linked to widespread declines in insect populations. Despite citing the pesticides imidacloprid, […]

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Beaconsfield School students harvest honey from a beekeeping business

JOHN BISSET/Stuff Beaconsfield School beekeepers-in-training Emmerson Ward, left, and Megan Scott, both 12, hold containers of honey they have collected as part of a fundraiser in the hives behind them . Harvesting honey from the hives they tended kept the pupils of a rural school in South Canterbury busy like the bees they cared for. […]

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NI woman sparks people’s interest in beekeeping with millions of views on TikTok

Meet the Co Down woman who created buzz around bees by sharing her life as an ethical beekeeper on TikTok. Emma Thompson, who is originally from Moneyreagh and now lives in Ballygowan, discovered a new passion for beekeeping over six years ago which led her to start her own business and never look into back. […]

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Trial begins in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer

FILE – This combination of photos provided by the Kent County Sheriff and the Delaware Department of Justice shows, top row from left, Brandon Caserta and Barry Croft; and bottom row from left, Adam Dean Fox and Daniel Harris. The four members of anti-government groups are on trial in March 2022 on federal charges accusing […]

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Bonner County History – March 8, 2022

From the archives of the Bonner County History Museum 611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864 208-263-2344 50 years ago Sandpoint Newsletter March 8, 1972 – CENSUS INFORMATION The average annual family income in Bonner County, as reported by the 1970 census, was $7,579, more than $800 less than the state average of $8,381. The […]

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Upcoming trial for 4 defendants in Michigan governor’s kidnapping plot

FILE – In this file photo from September 16, 2020, provided by the Michigan Governor’s Office, Governor Whitmer addresses the state during a speech in Lansing, Michigan. Jury selection begins Tuesday, March 8, 2022, in the trial of four men accused of conspiring to snatch Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in a stunning scheme to retaliate […]

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Couples innovation makes beekeeping returns sweeter

Business Couples innovation makes beekeeping returns sweeter Tuesday 08 March 2022 From left to right ; Joseck Matheri, his wife Janet and Calvin Tiony and his wife Yvonne, founders of Mister Be Concrete Hives at their workshop in Syokimau, Machakos on March 4, 2022. PHOTO | BOWL Summary Every time they set up beehives, it […]

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How the urban beekeeping company Alvéole has become essential for the owners of tertiary buildings – Commercial Observer

The connection between urban beekeeping and commercial real estate may not seem obvious, but the potential for mutual benefits between the two is significant for a multitude of reasons. Partner Insights spoke to Alex Mclean, CEO and co-founder of Alvéole, the urban beekeeping business that started in Canada and has now expanded to the US […]

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Hatboro Police Officer Ryan Allen is not expected to recover from a bee sting that resulted in brain injury

HATBORO, Pa. (WPVI) — A Montgomery County police officer is not expected to recover from a bee sting that incapacitated him last year, family members said over the weekend. end. Hatboro Police Officer Ryan Allen suffered a heart attack and then severe brain damage after being stung by a bee on October 14, 2021. The […]

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Experts: Alleged Conspiracy Against Governor Signals Worrying Change

FILE – In a photo provided by Kent County Sheriff, Daniel Harris is shown in a booking photo. Experts say far-right groups in the United States are taking a more dangerously radical turn as Harris, Barry Croft, Adam Fox and Brandon Caserta stand trial in connection with an alleged scheme to kidnap Michigan’s governor. (Kent […]

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Courses Available to Learn the Future of Beekeeping in Idaho

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI) – Ward Hicks is a local master beekeeper. He says he sincerely believes that beekeeping “is something you can do whether you have a big property or just a little piece of land in town.” Hicks goes on to say that he is always amazed at the buzz his courses can […]

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GMU students hope bee honey will help find human remains | Virginia News

By JAMES BARON, The Free Lance-Star FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) — A group of George Mason University forensic science students are planning an experiment in hopes of demonstrating how honey can help authorities find missing human remains. Anthony Falsetti, an associate professor in GMU’s forensic science program, and others say that bee honey proteins contain treasure […]

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The second beekeeping course will start on Wednesday – La Tribune

Ohio River Bee Society to resume meetings WILGUS – The first class of Reid’s Apiary beekeeping course will graduate and the second class will begin on Wednesday. “Bill and I would like to thank Dr. Mike Dyer and the staff at Proctorville Animal Clinic for allowing us to use their facilities for the first class […]

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The Return of Winter Brings Rain and Snow to California

In this photo provided by Caltrans, a crew places explosives in a large boulder that fell on U.S. Highway 50 near South Lake Tahoe, Calif., Friday, March 4, 2022. Returning winter weather prompted forecasters to advise people planning mountain trips to be prepared for snowy roads on Friday and Saturday. Crossing the Sierra was disrupted […]

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Launch of the domestic beekeeping project in Katoomba | Blue Mountains Gazette

news, local-news, Katoomba, beekeeping, honey, environment, sustainability A Katoomba beekeeper relies on innovation and passion to explore the potential of beekeeping in a suburban environment. Fiona Hasselman has set up FiFi’s Bees, a project that embraces natural and sustainable beekeeping for the production of honey – among other things. A lifelong environmentalist, gardener and permaculture […]

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Thieves targeting beekeeping equipment

This is the busiest time of year for beekeepers. Billions of bees from across the country have been shipped to California for the almond pollination season. Almonds are California’s number one crop, earning the state billions of dollars each year. The state grows so many almonds, in fact, that it relies on out-of-state beekeepers to […]

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The pleasure of beekeeping

INDUSTRY HIVE Westport beekeepers examining a hive. Photo: Padraic Baynes A new course is set to start in Mayo this month Alex Blackwell I have just started beekeeping and I really enjoy it. There is so much to learn and such great rewards.Bees have a fascinating social structure. Often assimilated and behaving […]

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Buzz went the busy bee working at Promise Land Apiary | KTVE

BASKIN, La. (KTVE/KARD) — Bee season is largely dependent on temperature and seasonal flower patterns. After hibernating through the winter, bees wake up in time to collect pollen and nectar from their favorite plants; flowering plants also bloom in correspondence with the arrival of their most effective pollinators. In March, winter is coming to an […]

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Victim in critical condition in Hatch Road shooting

A photo from Modesto Fire, obscuring the victim’s face, shows firefighters rescuing a man who crashed into a canal following a shooting Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Modesto Fire Department A 27-year-old Modesto man who crashed into a canal on Hatch Road following a shooting Tuesday is in critical condition, according to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s […]

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DFW conducts carp study on lake – Lake County Record-Bee

Clear Lake has many species of fish – seven native and 24 non-native. One of the most numerous non-native fish species is the carp. It is estimated that there are over a million carp in the lake. The Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) had a team here last week to study carp. They electrocuted […]

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Introducing farmers to beekeeping is a success

Beekeeping can be a lucrative business for African smallholder farmers. When practiced successfully, beekeeping is recognized as one of the most important economic activities and a source of livelihood for many farmers in Africa. Farmers are being trained to diversify and generate income through beekeeping, when even drought is impacting other activities. The training organized […]

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Stanislaus deputies pull car driver into canal after shooting

A driver suffered life-threatening injuries when a shooting caused him to crash into a canal in the Hatch and Crows Landing roads area on Tuesday afternoon March 1, 2022. Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office The driver of a car was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries following a shooting and crash in the Hatch and Crows […]