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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Global Beekeeping Combinations Market 2021 Research Strategies, Industry Statistics and Forecast to 2027 – Business Ethics

MarketsandResearch.biz research report Global Beekeeping Suits Market from 2021 to 2027 The study provides an overview of the industry including key information, applications and industry chain structure. Focusing on global and regional markets and offering an in-depth analysis of the overall market growth opportunities, it emphasizes the historical, current and forecasted market size in terms […]

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Introducing farmers to beekeeping is a victory for farmers

THERE IS MONEY IN THE HONEY: Webinar to highlight how supporting beekeeping initiatives by West African farmers is a win for farmers, agribusinesses and the environment WHAT: Online seminar: From farm to hive: Why introducing farmers to beekeeping is a win for farmers, agribusinesses and the environment. » WHEN: February 24, 2022, 2-4:30 p.m. WAT […]

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Ministry, EU in Rolling Out Beekeeping Value Chain Project

Mary Masanja, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, said at the launch yesterday that the ministry greatly appreciated the EU’s endorsement of the project, showing its readiness to fund it. Production in the beekeeping sub-sector is still low compared to available capacity, she said, noting that the government has put in place various strategies […]

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Local business owner asks city to allow beekeeping | Culture

Why are we afraid of bees? Is it the darts? Bulging eyes? The buzz around your head as you try to enjoy a summer afternoon? Regardless of mankind’s fears, Tom Knapp finds these little black and yellow pollinators fascinating. Knapp started his beekeeping business 10 years ago when he noticed honey bees in his home […]

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Lyon’s Macario returns to US national team for SheBelieves

FILE – U.S. midfielder Catarina Macario (17) plays in an international friendly soccer match against Paraguay, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, in Cincinnati. Macario returns to the United States Women’s National Team for the SheBelieves Cup after missing January camp to play for Lyon in France. Coach Vlatko Andonovski announced the 23-man roster on Thursday, Feb. […]

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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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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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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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Cody Craddock: Beekeeping, a hobby you can pursue at home – Salisbury Post

Bees are amazing insects that are beneficial to agricultural crops. Some scientists estimate that one in three bites of food we eat would not be possible without bees. This is because while a bee collects pollen it visits thousands of flowers and in doing so it may unknowingly brush the pollen against the reproductive parts […]

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Celebrate Bee Day by protecting our pollinators | The latest environment and conservation news

Maybe you’ve heard the buzz about it. Today is National Bee Day. Over the past two decades, a number of species around the world have made incredible recoveries from near oblivion to repopulate their species in significant numbers. The fate of the bald eagle immediately comes to mind. According to the US Fish and Wildlife […]

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LiveGreen: National Bee Day

This Saturday, August 21, is National Bee Day. Did you know that bees are responsible for one on three bites of food we eat? The bees represent 90% pollination necessary for the growth of our crops and are responsible for more than a billion dollars of agricultural productivity in the United States Not only do […]

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Thank-a-Farmer: Honey, Raising Bees – That’s Pretty Cute | Local News

Bees, as active as they are, have benefited people, plants and the planet for centuries and continue to play a vital role in agriculture. Bees pollinate crops, increase yields and spawn a lucrative honey industry. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaHoney Harvester: Honey of the Haute owner Tabby Flinn began keeping bees in 2016 and studied the habits […]

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The Sacramento History Museum has gone viral on TikTok

Howard Hatch demonstrates old-fashioned printing techniques at the Sacramento History Museum. Sacramento History Museum The pandemic forced the Sacramento History Museum to close in March 2020, so staffers searched for a way to stay relevant. Inspired by the work of other museums, staffer Jared Jones offered to try something many of his colleagues had never […]

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Second largest loss of honey bees in 15 years documented

(Beyond pesticides, July 2, 2021) The second highest bee loss in 15 years was reported by the Bee Informed Partnership (BIP) in his National Colony Loss and Management Survey 2020-2021, published on June 30. For the “winter” period from October 1, 2020 to April 1, 2021, approximately 32% of managed bee colonies in the United […]

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Four Nutrients in Flower Pollen Improve Gut Health in Honey Bees

For the first time, four nutritional compounds found in different flowers have been directly proven to improve the gut health of honey bees, boost their immune systems and increase their lifespan, according to a study by scientists from the Agricultural Research Service of the United Kingdom. United States Department of Agriculture. “We found that consuming […]

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Four nutrients in flower pollen improve gut health in honey bees: USDA ARS

Four Nutrients in Flower Pollen Improve Gut Health in Honey Bees Contact person: Kim KaplanEmail: Kim.Kaplan@usda.gov June 23, 2021 For the first time, four nutritional compounds found in different flowers have been directly proven to improve the gut health of honey bees, boost their immune systems and increase their lifespan, according to a study by […]

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Scientists Discover Nest, New Northern Range of Rare Florida Calamintha Blue Bee – Florida Museum Science

FScientists at the Lorida Museum of Natural History have found the first nest of Florida’s extraordinarily rare calamintha blue bee and added a new location to its known range: Ocala National Forest. They also confirmed that the insect feeds on a second, but very endangered, host plant. The researchers made the discoveries during their second […]

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Why some environmentalists are concerned about rooftop bee programs

morning sun and strong cooling winds battered the roof of a 52-story Chicago skyscraper, where three wooden structures that in another setting might look like unfinished filing cabinets are lined up. They are backed by an overhang that protects them from lake breezes in winter. But inside these structures you will not find any files. […]

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Plants GIANT/MARTIN’S bee habitat

CARLISLE — To celebrate National Pollinator Week, The GIANT Company announced that it has completed a seven-acre, pollinator-friendly solar field at its headquarters at 1149 Harrisburg Pike in Carlisle. This initiative is the first of its kind for a food retailer and creates a synergistic environment that contributes to both clean energy and the support […]

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Innovative research to improve bumblebee habitat

Entomologists have developed an innovative way to study bumblebees along Minnesota highways, results of a new research study funded by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Research shows that MnDOT roadsides provide rich habitats for bumblebees. The study offers information on studying bee habitats and recommendations for improving habitats. What was the need? Just 20 years […]

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Nearly 40% decline in honey bee population last winter is ‘unsustainable’, experts say

Scientists are studying the potential consequences of the rapid decline in the honey bee population in the United States and how to mitigate its effects before it causes serious problems for crop management and production. Honey bees are essential for pollinating flowers, fruits and vegetables and support about $20 billion in agricultural production in the […]

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Auburn University survey finds high rate of honey bee colony loss

Bee colonies across the United States, including Georgia, have been in decline since the mid-2000s. However, more bee colonies died this winter than in any other year in the decade. previous year, according to a new study by Partnership informed by bees with Auburn University and the University of Maryland. The issue could be bad […]

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Mowing the lawn less often improves bee habitat

When it comes to improving habitat for beleaguered native bee species, doing less can accomplish more. New research by the USDA Forest Service and National Science Foundation-funded partners has found that mowing the lawn less frequently can significantly improve pollinator habitat. Susannah Lerman, research ecologist at the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, and her […]

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Apply for Honey Bee Pollinator Habitat Funding

MADISON – Farmers and landowners can contact their local United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office to register now, through June 2, 2017, for assistance funding for honey bee pollinator habitat. Funding is provided by the NRCS Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP). Applications are being taken at all USDA Service Centers […]

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What is the best way to improve bee habitat?

November 15, 2016 — Every morning last summer, Michael Roswell walked through restored prairies and abandoned farm fields in New Jersey, where leggy grasses and weeds grew unchecked and thick patches of lemon balm, black-eyed suzanes , mountain mint, goldenrod and purple loosestrife added hits of magenta, yellow and white. Each time a bee landed, […]

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Ernst Seeds and Bayer of Crawford County Partner to Improve Bee Habitat | News

As part of its ongoing commitment to honey bee health, Bayer CropScience has partnered with Crawford County-based Ernst Conservation Seeds to provide bulk seed to individuals and organizations who are committed to becoming Feed a Bee partners and dedicating a significant amount of land – acres – to establishing pollinator habitat. According to a press […]