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Varroa mites threaten the honey and beekeeping industries

Dr Cooper Schouten, a bee expert from Southern Cross University, said if the varroa mite becomes established in Australia it could cost the bee industry $70 million a year. But it would also have significant impacts on the provision of pollination services for horticulture industries, he added, at a cost of up to $14.2 billion […]

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Giant Pacific Octopus nears end of life at AZ Aquarium

A giant Pacific octopus has reached its final stage of life at the OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale, Arizona. The female octopus named Tako has started laying thousands of eggs in her exhibit. OdySea Aquarium Screenshot A giant Pacific octopus lays thousands of eggs as it nears the end of its life in an Arizona aquarium. […]

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Sweet spot: the students of the Governor’s school learn about honey bees and beekeeping | Winchester Star

WINCHESTER — Normally, on a sunny summer day, bees fly around collecting pollen to make honey. But during a fine mist between rainstorms Monday morning, as students from the Blue Ridge Environmental Governor’s School gathered for a bee program on the grounds of the Shenandoah Valley Museum, the bees remained safe and au dry in […]

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Beekeeping tips: A Memphis-area beekeeper offers advice

The sound of angry bees was almost deafening. Despite the eerie cacophony of the buzz, Mike Finnern calmly pulled out a tray full of bees and capped a honeycomb from the active hive. “As long as you have the right protective gear, you’re fine,” he said as he turned the tray over to look for […]

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‘Biblical’ insect swarms prompt Oregon to fight pests

Skye Krebs looks across her ranch near Arlington, Ore., Friday, June 17, 2022. Parts of her property were found to have exceeded “economic densities” for Mormon crickets by United States Department of Agriculture investigators. ‘Oregon. (AP Photo/Claire Rush) Claire Rush PA ARLINGTON, Oregon. Driving on a windy canyon road through the pastures of northern Oregon, […]

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Bryant and Gentle place seventh in World Finals – Lake County Record-Bee

FLORENCE, ALA. – Tyler Bryant and Joey Gentle of the Lake County Fishing Club capped a successful four-day run at the 13th National High School Fishing Championships and World Finals with a seventh-place finish in the World Finals final on Saturday at Lake Pickwick in Alabama. With 31 teams starting from scratch on Saturday, Bryant […]

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Virginia scores success in beekeeping survey

National Pollinator Week began June 20, and a new ranking places Virginia among the best for beekeepers. Lawn Love used a variety of metrics to rank states based on data points ranging from honey production and the number of active bee colonies to the number of beekeeper associations, and gave Virginia the 10th place on […]

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The Lewes Farmers Market will host a beekeeping demonstration on June 25

The market will celebrate Pollinator Week with a demonstration by Sumner Crosby and the Lewes Beekeeping Club at 10 a.m. This is a great demonstration for children and adults to learn about the life cycle of the bee, how beekeepers care for bees and their hives, and how honey is harvested. Guests can sample local […]

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Galesburg Council approves grants for bars, residential beekeeping and receives Hawthorne update

Galesburg City Council on Monday, June 20, had a busy and diverse agenda. They approved front grant deals for The Bar 65 and Iron Spike. The two projects are mainly financed by businesses but will allow two establishments in the city center to expand and improve their facades. Aldermen have approved an ordinance that now […]

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Global Beekeeping Suits Market to Witness Significant Growth by 2028

MarketsandResearch.biz declared sending Global Beekeeping Suits Market, another market snapshot containing local and global market insights relied upon to create critical value somewhere between 2022 and 2028. The style of a review is also scrutinized to showcase patterns and openings to come in the global beekeeping clothing market in the coming years. The report aggregates […]

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Georgian cooperatives decide to freeze nuclear costs at $8.1 billion

FILE – Cooling towers at the Plant Vogtle nuclear power facility still under construction in Waynesboro, Ga., Friday, March 22, 2019. One of the plant owners announced Saturday, June 18, 2022 that it froze its costs and forced Georgia Power Co. to assume all future overruns, ceding a portion of its ownership to Georgia Power. […]

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Leros: where mental health care and beekeeping meet

In the southern Aegean lies the Greek island and municipality of Leros. Surrounded by the crystal clear waters, there is a small group of workers on a hill in Leros wearing protective gear and smoking beehives. They are not ordinary beekeepers, indeed, some of them are patients of the psychiatric hospital of Leros who participate […]

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Washington Ranked 8th Best State for Beekeeping | Washington

(The Center Square) – Just in time for the June 20 start National Pollinator WeekWashington finished in Lawn Love’s top 10 rankings of the best states for beekeeping. The online platform to find, book and pay for a landscaping or lawn care provider ranked the Evergreen State 8th in bee friendliness. Lawn Love’s rankings are […]

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Get your buzz on this summer with beekeeping

Flow Hive Co-Founder Shares Tips For Beginners In The Practice Of Beekeeping, Announces Special Bundle To Start The Journey LOS ANGELES, June 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — With summer fast approaching, many are looking for new outdoor activities to enjoy in the sun and warm weather, including beekeeping. To flowthe makers of the revolutionary Flow Hive […]

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Columbia Teachers Host Beekeeping Class as Part of STEM Alliance

MILLERSBURG — Dressed in protective suits and elbow-length gloves, middle schoolers huddle around beehives to learn the ins and outs of bee life. Gable Nichols, a seventh-grade science teacher at Gentry Middle School, leads a mini-summer class Wednesday morning on his Callaway County farm as he takes out different parts of the hive, allowing students […]

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Rare bee-eaters nesting in Britain are a ‘must-have sign of the UK climate emergency’

The arrival of European bee-eaters on the Norfolk coast this summer is a sure sign that the climate crisis has reached the UK, conservationists have warned. The brightly colored birds are rare visitors to southern Europe and North Africa, and were first spotted nesting over the Platinum Jubilee weekend. The bee-eaters did not breed in […]

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How Guerlain champions the art of beekeeping through natural skincare – Emirates Woman

Beauty by Sarah-Joseph June 17, 2022 When it comes to personal care, making sure you’re nourishing your skin with high-quality ingredients can go a long way. By combining bees with a natural skincare formula, Guerlain has created a revolutionary range of products to work the skin from top to bottom since 1828. To better understand, […]

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Michigan leads in… beekeeping?

(Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Bees are everywhere right now, and Michigan is apparently a great place for beekeepers. This is not surprising, since we have many of these stingers in the Mitten. In honor of National Pollinator Week beginning June 20, Lawn Love has ranked the best states for beekeeping in 2022. “We looked […]

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Beekeeping in Sussex: what it’s like to be a beekeeper

In 2018, Danny and his wife Jane decided to take investing more seriously. They bought a property with a small plot of land, but they didn’t know what to do with it until a local pub owner suggested keeping bees. “After many hours on YouTube and a lot of research I decided this was something […]

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The ABCs of Beekeeping in the Concho Valley

SAN ANGELO, Texas – Bees are the talk of the town every summer, but their fear keeps people from learning more about them. So our very own Erin Hunter went to visit the Queen Vee Honey Apiary to learn more about how these little insects drive the economy and our ecosystem forward! “In any kind […]

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Climate change and conflicts affecting the beekeeping tradition in Yemen

Armed conflict and climate change threaten the continuity of a 3,000-year-old practice in Yemen. The country has long been renowned for producing some of the best honey in the world, but huge losses have been inflicted on the industry since the outbreak of conflict in 2011. Successive waves of displacement to flee violence, the impact […]

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Pupils watch a baby bee hatch during a beekeeping lesson at Fife Primary School

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The IAC Hosts the Caribbean’s First Online Beekeeping Course

For hundreds of years, beekeeping has been part of the culture and social fiber of the Caribbean and Samoa. However, with independence and modernization, this heritage fell into oblivion. The number of pollinators has been reduced in many countries due to a lack of appreciation for the services they provide, especially bees which are responsible […]

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Rapinoe and Morgan back for USA for World Cup qualifiers

FILE – USA’s Megan Rapinoe, left, and Alex Morgan celebrate after winning the Women’s World Cup Final soccer match between the USA and the Netherlands at the Stade de Lyon in Decines, near Lyon, France, Sunday, July 7, 2019. Rapinoe and Morgan have been included in the U.S. national team roster for the upcoming CONCACAF […]

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Inside Emmerdale Nicola Wheeler’s house – smart kitchen, cozy fireplace and beekeeping

Nicola Wheeler is very familiar to viewers, thanks to her long stint in Emmerdale. The actress stars as Nicola King, 48, and has been a regular on the much-loved ITV soap opera for over 20 years. She was a big hit with viewers and over the years found herself for a few Best Villain and […]

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Pre-register for a free day of beekeeping in Park Rapids – Park Rapids Enterprise

Want to see what the inside of a bee colony looks like? Join University of Minnesota beekeeping educator Dr. Katie Lee and local beekeeper Brett Kent as they discuss colony handling, common diseases and pests, and safety information for you and beekeepers. bees. This free in-person workshop will show you the steps of a good […]

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Making the buzz in Zambia: Beekeeping for sustainable development

Walking along a path through the forest that surrounds Zambia Forestry College, you might find yourself suddenly immersed in the buzz of bees. Luckily there is nothing to worry about as your attention will turn to the students and teachers of Zambia Forestry College and Mwereka Combined School, beekeepers and members of the local community […]

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BC News: Honey Bee Virus

The world’s honey bee population is under attack from a deadly virus, says a recent study. “It’s a constant onslaught,” said Julia Common, a Delta beekeeper with more than 40 years of experience. “Before, you thought of dust mites maybe once or twice a year, but it’s really all the time now.” The tiny, but […]

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Honey company offers beekeeping workshop at Fife tourist attraction

Having recently installed four of its beehives in the grounds of Cambo Gardens & The Stables Visitor Center in Kingsbarns, sustainable honey company Webster Honey is running bee workshops for people who want to learn more about caring for bees. As the first workshop took place last weekend, there will be another workshop this Saturday […]

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USGS study shows agricultural industry impacts on beekeeping

The growth of the agricultural industry is causing millions of dollars in losses for commercial apiaries in the Dakotas, according to a new study led by researchers who hope their findings can give beekeepers a bigger seat at the agriculture table. . According to a study recently published by the US Geological Survey, researchers estimated […]

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According to the Ministry of Agriculture, beekeeping training at Orange Marche as part of the bilateral cooperation project with Mexico is progressing well

Views : 110 Posted: Thursday, June 9, 2022. 7:19 p.m. CST. Photo credit: MAFSE By Ruben Morales Iglesias: The Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise (MAFSE) said the five-day beekeeping training which ends on Friday is progressing well at Yo Creek Farm Station in the Orange Walk district. The training seminar, which […]

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Local communities are ‘buzzing’ about new beekeeping associations

Weekday broadcast of WYMT Mountain News First at Four HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) — Several local organizations are offering creative incentives to help people “bee” more sustainably. Soon, Bell and Leslie counties will have their own beekeeping associations. Aaron Redmond is the agriculture extension officer for both counties and said these organizations not only help the […]

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APICO beekeeping sim is heading to Switch in July

While APICO has already appeared on PC, publisher Whitethorn Games and developer TNgineers have announced that they are putting the title on To change. The beekeeping simulation will be released on July 7, 2022 with cross-platform play. Here is an overview of APICO with additional details: Meet Beatrice. Beeatrice is an adorable little plush bee […]

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Beekeeping Sim APICO will be released on Nintendo Switch with PC Cross-Play

Bzzzzz. Do you hear that? Bzzzzz. It’s the sound of bees buzzing with excitement, because APIC is coming to Nintendo Switch. Just in case you missed it, beekeeping simulation APIC released on May 20 for PC and is an absolute delight. You play as a beekeeper and learn the ins and outs of maintaining a […]

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The honey harvesting demonstration attracted anyone who might be curious

Posted on June 8, 2022 The honey harvesting demonstration attracted anyone who might be curious By Vera Kochan A full frame full of honey capped Photo Vera Kochan A unique learning experience in the form of honey harvesting was presented to local residents by Lamorinda Bees who partnered with the Mount Diablo Beekeepers Association to […]

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How to get started with beekeeping in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Conway, South Carolina What began as an interest in invasive insect species led Clemson beekeeping specialist Ben Powell to study and care for bees, as well as teach the community about the benefits of beekeeping. . “There are a lot of people moving to this area who are retiring and want a hobby. We receive […]

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Chef Bryan Lee Weaver directs Butcher & Bee, Redheaded Stranger

In 2015, Texas-born chef Bryan Lee Weaver came to Nashville via California at the request of Charleston restaurateur Michael Shemtov, who was opening an expanded version of his popular restaurant, Butcher & Bee, and hired Weaver as executive chef and partner. Located in East Nashville, “The Bee” has quickly become embraced for its creative dishes, […]

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Stingless Beekeeping Training for Farmers to Ensure Sustainable Income | Pune News

Pune: As honey produced by stingless bees has high nutritional and therapeutic value, farmers in Maharashtra are encouraged to engage in stingless beekeeping to ensure sustainable income.As part of this initiative, the Central Bee Research and Training Institute (CBRTI) recently conducted a “stingless bee” program for a group of 32 farmers and students, who were […]

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Beekeeping Course Set for Beginners – Picayune Item

On Friday, June 17 from 10-11 a.m., Pearl River County Extension Officer Dr. Eddie Smith will present an introduction on how to get started with beekeeping. It will cover native plants like bees, basic biology, equipment, protective gear, mistakes and tips, how to grow a first colony of bees and how to manage them throughout […]

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Beekeepers prepare to share the basics of beekeeping on Saturday | farm and ranch

Zac and Christi Hays inspect the honeycomb and bees on a frame of their apiary during Western Nebraska Beekeepers Field Day on Saturday, June 4. NICOLE HELDT/Star-Herald Budding beekeepers donned their bee suits for the first day at the open apiary grounds on Saturday, June 4, in front of the North Platte Natural Resources District […]

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What is killing the bees in Niagara? The beekeeping community is still looking for answers

Dave White owns several beehives at White Orchard Farms in Niagara-on-the-Lake. White beekeepers and others are concerned about the deaths of thousands of honey bees in Ontario hives this spring. Dave White opens the lid of one of his bee hives at White Orchard Farms in Niagara-on-the-Lake – at this time of year there should […]

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Library Roundup: Beekeeping, Reading, Upcoming Professional Events at the Jackson County Public Library | A&E

The library will begin registration for the annual summer learning program on Monday. Anyone interested can register by going to the youth services counter on the first floor of the library, or going to the link www.fontanalib.org/summer, or downloading the Read Squared application. The Summer Learning Program is designed to keep children and teens excited […]

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Glendale’s Tanger Outlets Celebrate Beekeeping Season | Features

As part of Tanger Outlets Phoenix’s sustainability goal, the Glendale Mall partnered with Alvéole, a social beekeeping enterprise, to install the city’s bee hive. This habitat provides beehives and homes for the country’s declining bee population, while providing the community with the opportunity to play a role in the initiative through special events and activations […]

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Workshop Explore beekeeping scheduled for June

Contributed by Kirstin Bailey, Teresa Hoffman and Lauren Nerad – Muscatine County Outreach and Outreach Learn the basics of beekeeping at Muscatine County Extension’s upcoming workshop, in partnership with the Center for Rural Affairs and Iowa State University. (File photo) MUSCATINE, Iowa — A free beekeeping workshop hosted by the Center for Rural Affairs, Iowa […]

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From weeding to beekeeping – the program helps farms improve water quality

Community-owned collective water supply systems, in collaboration with farmers, have shown the way forward for the protection of drinking water sources, biodiversity, sustainability and climate action. The efforts of the National Federation of Collective Water Supply Systems were recognized at the recent Cogeca European Prize for Cooperative Innovation, where the Federation’s pilot project was a […]

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Gardening: ‘Bee’ on the lookout for native bees this summer

Now that we are nearly done with May, many landscapes are teeming with flowering plants and the buzz of bees. When you talk about bees to most people, images of golden yellow bees come to mind. However, bees are much more than honey bees. In fact, there are over 20,000 species of bees in the […]

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Latest Beekeeping Suits Market Statistics, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Dynamics and Future Trends by Region

Beekeeping Suits Market Size and Forecast (2022-2028) The study examines in detail the impact of these key trends and outlines the growth opportunities in various segments based on how these trends will shape the beekeeping apparel market in the future. Latest Update: This has resulted in several changes. This report also covers the impact of […]

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World’s oldest loon couple divorces after 25 years together

ABJ, 35, newly single, strolls through her singles pond. Seney National Wildlife Area A breakup for ages has rocked Michigan’s Upper Peninsula – the world’s oldest loon couple have divorced. ABJ, the oldest common loon in the world, was born in 1987 and spent 25 glorious years with his better half, Fe. But now the […]

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Indigenous students exercise the right to wear insignia at graduation

Amryn Tom holds his beaded graduation cap and eagle feather while graduating from Cedar City High School Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in Cedar City, Utah. Tom wears an eagle feather given to him by his mother and a cap that a family friend beaded. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Rick Bowmer PA CEDAR CITY, Utah She walked […]

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Making the buzz about beekeeping in McLennan County | waco today

By Vicky Kendig Bees have long been hailed as essential pollinators of around 33% of food crops worldwide. But the tiny creatures are in precipitous decline everywhere. Scientists, farmers and beekeepers worry about what this means for our food supply. Enter the intrepid beekeepers, who work to conserve bee populations and, in doing so, enjoy […]

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Concerned resident warns of invasive plants affecting wildlife and natives

Over the years, Connecticut has faced increased problems of invasive plant species invading residential areas and protected open spaces. Newtown resident and Protect Our Pollinators (POP) member Christine St Georges takes the initiative to go above and beyond maintaining her own property. She now volunteers with the Newtown Forest Association (NFA) to help remove invasive […]

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GoggleWorks and Lauer’s Park offer ‘sweet relief’ through beekeeping

Notable backers help build new garden and rooftop hives to advance art, education and food There’s a new kind of buzz around the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts (GoggleWorks). The famed arts center announced a slew of grants on Tuesday to support a new beekeeping program, the latest initiative with neighbor and partner Lauer’s Park […]

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$10 million grant for the beekeeping industry

Minister of State for the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Franklin Witter, announced that the beekeeping industry will receive a $10 million grant to purchase sugar as food for their bee colonies. This grant represents a 100% increase over last year’s allocation. The grant is intended to provide support specifically during the bee plant reduction […]

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Armstrong Council Considers Backyard Chicken Raising, Beekeeping – Vernon News

Photo: Unsplash/Tom Ungerer Backyard chicken and beekeeping are back on the agenda at Armstrong. Councilors will discuss an amendment to the Good Neighbor Bylaw tonight and are expected to give the change first two readings. A grace period of six months would be granted to allow owners of non-compliant bees or hens to bring their […]

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GoggleWorks and Lauer’s Park offer “Sweet Relief” through beekeeping

There’s a new kind of buzz around the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts. The renowned arts center today announced a host of grants to support a new beekeeping program, the latest initiative with neighbor and partner Lauer’s Park Elementary. GoggleWorks Gardens at Lauer’s Park, located adjacent to GoggleWorks, will feature interactive arts and culture programs […]

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Symondsbury Primary School is buzzing with a beekeeping club to educate children

CHILDREN at a school in West Dorset said they were buzzing after ‘learning’ the importance of beekeeping for the environment. Symondsbury Primary School has launched its club to teach children the practice of beekeeping with the possibility for them to obtain their junior certificate from the British Beekeeping Association. Children are now taking a course […]

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Get All Your Beekeeping Questions Answered at Will County Forest Preserve Event – Chicago Tribune

Mike Rusnak took a failed apple growing hobby and turned it into a successful beekeeping hobby. Rusnak, of Glenwood, will discuss the art of beekeeping when the Forest Preserve District of Will Country presents Meet a Beekeeper on June 5 at the Plum Creek Nature Center in Beecher. He gives a lecture there on the […]

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Probiotics could help save plummeting honey bee populations

House New Probiotics could help save plummeting honey bee populations By Megan Hoole, The Lighthouse • May 23, 2022 European honey bee (Apis mellifera) on the honeycomb. Image Credit: Redmond Durrell/Alamy Scientists hope that a new immunity-boosting probiotic developed for bees will help fight the infections responsible for their population decline. Researchers at Macquarie University […]

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Community factors: beekeeping sweetens the lives of many Jamaicans

Stephen Williams is a proud father of four who was able to educate his children by raising bees in Sainte-Catherine. With an upbeat voice that belies his seniority, Williams is grateful for the bees’ blessing that changed his life. “As a traffic policeman who was struggling to send my children to school, the bees came […]

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Inner nature: beekeeping in Ukraine

By Vidya Rajan, Columnist, The Times “History is explained by geography.” Robert Penn Warren, novelist and poet (April 24, 1905-1989) In this article, I want to pay tribute to Ukrainian beekeepers and beekeeping in light of the many wars that have swept through this beleaguered land. With an area barely smaller than that of the […]

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Get honey, get paid in charming Apico beekeeping simulator

About a year ago we spotted Apico, a pretty cool game about beekeeping and conservation. It’s now out, properly out and all that, and looks delicious. There’s a demo you can play that will guide you through the early hours of the game. At Apico, you are a beekeeper and conservationist whose job is to […]

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FAO hails Oman’s beekeeping efforts

Muscat: The Office of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Sultanate of Oman commended the efforts made by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources in partnership with the private sector to beekeeping and for the implementation of programs aimed at improving its quality. On the occasion of the celebration of World Bee […]

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Apico is a beekeeping simulation with Stardew Valley vibes

Yesterday was World Bee Day, a fact I know because I had to send my son to school in a yellow outfit as a celebration. Another way to celebrate yesterday was, apparently, to release a video game. Apico, a beekeeping simulation about the adventure through a 2D world to collect, raise and keep bees, is […]

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Abeille on the lookout for native bees this summer | daily city gate

Now that May is well underway, many landscapes are teeming with flowering plants and the buzz of bees. When you talk to most people about bees, images of golden yellow bees come to mind. However, bees are much more than honey bees. In fact, there are over 20,000 species of bees in the world and […]

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A Precious Gift: The Irish Native Bee

Bees are an ideal society, from which we as humans can learn something. They work well together, are cooperative and take care of each other. We are also more dependent on bees than we think. Bees are the guardians of biodiversity and ecosystems and are considered the invisible helpers of farmers around the world. Of […]

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The best bee hotels for your animal garden

Of over 270 bees in the UK, 24 are bumblebees, only one is the famous honeybee and the other 200 are solitary bees. These solitary bees are incredibly varied in their appearance and behavior – from the hairy-footed flower bee resembling a fluffy bumblebee to the parasitic nomadic bee. You can house solitary bees in […]

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Bulldogs baseball drops after fifth inning error

BOISE — The Sandpoint High School baseball team gave Bishop Kelly, the reigning Class 4A Idaho State champions, everything he could handle for four innings defensively. Junior Colin Roos took control of the mound during those innings and was the true definition of a survivor for the Bulldogs. He left the bump allowing two runs […]

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First person: the sweet taste of modern beekeeping |

Ilarion Celestin, was supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Ministry of the Environment of Haiti as part of a project against desertification aimed at modernizing its honey production. He spoke to UN News ahead of World Bee Day celebrated annually on May 20. “I was a traditional beekeeper. […]

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Apple snails and their ‘bubble gum’ eggs invade the Texas River

Giant apple snails and their egg casings removed from the San Antonio River. San Antonio River Authority/Facebook Screenshot Hanging from the walls along the San Antonio River are what appear to be “wads of bright pink chewing gum.” And those chewing-gum-like pieces need to be scraped off, according to the San Antonio River Authority. This […]

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On this World Bee Day (May 20), watch out for solitary bees

This WORLD BEE DAY (May 20), watch out for solitary bees and help scientists better understand the declines. While bumblebees and honey bees are familiar to many of us, solitary bees are often overlooked. In fact, 90% of bee species in the UK are actually solitary bees, with around 250 species of solitary bees, just […]

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Dallas couple turn beekeeping hobby into full-time business – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Schulzes East Dallas Backyard has room to play and room to work. Work is for the bees. “I had a customer message me and say, ‘Hey, Costco has these hive kits for sale,’ Amanda Schulz said. ‘And that’s how it started. “ Amanda and her husband, Jon Schulz, have been beekeeping in their backyard […]

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Inside the hive: bees and beekeeping

WAPWALLOPEN, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — We often think of bees for their honey, but they play a crucial role in pollination. Although many of us cringe at the word pollen, it is vital for bee colonies everywhere and helps keep food on our table. “A bee cannot survive alone. They work as a family. If […]

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The best ways to make your garden more welcoming to bees

His work is invaluable to gardeners who want to help pollinators and shape the way we think about plants. For example, we now know that large gardens with expanses of lawn or cobblestone provide little food for pollinators, while even in a tiny space you can pack a huge amount of nectar with the right […]

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Urban beekeeping initiative creates buzz in Dublin 8

A beekeeping project in the city center is creating a buzz around Dublin’s Liberties after announcing ambitious expansion plans. The Bee8 Urban Beekeeping initiative, led by the Robert Emmet Community Development Project since 2014, is a socially and environmentally sustainable program designed to create education and employment opportunities in Dublin 8. It aims to support […]

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Meet the Sisters of the South: group of women linked by beekeeping

Southern Sisters Apiary in Gulfport was founded by three strangers with one thing in common: their desire to get into beekeeping. Three ladies, one with knowledge, another with resources, and the third wanted to lend a hand, formed the apiary of the Sisters of the South. Sharon Garguilo and Sandy Reese help raise bees on […]

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Chicago curfew tightened after killing near ‘Bean’ sculpture

First responders move a gunshot victim to an ambulance on Adams Street off State Street in downtown Chicago on Saturday, May 14, 2022. Downtown has seen gun violence and unrest after a teenager was fatally injured near “The Bean” sculpture in downtown Chicago’s Millennium Park (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune via AP) Terrence Antonio James PA […]

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Cat Limit, Allowing Urban Hobby Beekeeping Highlights Yorkton Animal Control Bylaw Changes | Radio GX94

The City of Yorkton Animal Control Bylaw has been updated following a review. Rules and Safety Supervisor Nicole Baptist explains that the last update was done in 2018 and reviews take place every two to three years for often used rules like this to ensure that they meet the needs and application of the community. […]

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Kakamega farmers find fortune in stingless beekeeping – Kenya News Agency

While still a teenager, Mark Livaha was unaware that some of the wild honey they licked and ate while hunting game meat in Kakamega Forest could be produced at home, just like common practice. breeding honey bees. Curiously, Livaha, a resident of Ivihiga village, decided to bait the domestication of stingless bees just for fun, […]

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Beyond a “wellness” program: beekeeping in prison gives hope to incarcerated people | Don’t miss it

CLARQUESVILLE, Ga. – “I was one of those teenagers – I wanted to be an actress. I went to college for acting, but I dropped out and did drugs. This is the story of certified beekeeper Joy Ishi (Cornett) Smith. Or it was for a while. After dropping out of college, Smith’s life continued on […]

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Cabrera leads Tigers to 4-2 win over Orioles

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Jordan Lyles heads for the dugout after being replaced by Logan Allen in the sixth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Detroit Tigers, Friday, May 13, 2022, in Detroit . (AP Photo/Jose Juarez) Jose Juarez PA DETROIT Miguel Cabrera doubled and homered to help the Detroit Tigers beat the […]

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Beekeeping Sim APICO Gets PC Release Date

Today, publisher Whitethorn Games and indie developer TNgineers are thrilled to announce the May 20, 2022 PC release date for their cold beekeeping sim, APICO. But that’s not all – the release date coincides with World Bee Day to promote the importance of bee conservation! TNgineers, made up of brothers Ell and Jamie, drew on […]

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Beekeeping Sim Apico Buzzes On PC May 20, Sales Will Support Beekeeping Conservation

Players looking for a relaxing and laid-back game for their next adventure will soon be in luck, as Whitethorn Games – the publishers of Lake indie – and TNgineers have announced that their beekeeping sim Apico will launch on May 20. Apico follows the story of a former big-city laborer who returns home to his […]

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A, Bees, C: Priceville students learn about beekeeping in AgriScience course – The Hartselle Enquirer

Pictures of Jeronimo Nisa By Wes Tomlinson For the applicant With more than 90,000 bees in their care, students in the Priceville High AgriScience class expect to harvest several gallons of golden honey in June. Priceville High AgriScience teacher Nicole Fields started the project in her classroom in 2018 at the suggestion of the school […]

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Catfish reign supreme starting Thursday – Lake County Record-Bee

One of the biggest fishing tournaments held in Clear Lake, if not California, kicks off Friday. This is the 38th annual Clearlake Oaks/Glenhaven Catfish Derby, a tournament popular with anglers and non-anglers alike. As in previous years, the three-day derby is expected to attract over 500 anglers from all western states. It is the largest […]

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Backyard Beekeeping Class to Be Taught at Ashton Library | Local News

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McConnell, Utah leaders pay tribute to ‘larger than life’ Orrin Hatch

Members of the Utah Army National Guard carry the casket of former Utah Senator Orrin Hatch during the funeral at the Institute of Religion of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Friday, May 6, 2022 in Salt Lake City. Hatch, the longest-serving Republican senator in history and a fixture in Utah politics […]

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20 easy ways to make your garden more welcoming to bees

His work is invaluable to gardeners who want to help pollinators and shape the way we think about plants. For example, we now know that large gardens with expanses of lawn or cobblestone provide little food for pollinators, while even in a tiny space you can pack a huge amount of nectar with the right […]

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Jason Statham’s Beekeeping Action Movie Recruits Suicide Squad Director

By Douglas Helm | 2 hours ago The hive for The beekeeper keeps getting bigger. The Jason Statham-directed, Miramax-produced action movie needed a director and now it looks like they’ve picked one with Suicide Squad David Ayer. If you love bees and Jason Statham, then this is probably the best news you’ve heard all day. […]

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Beekeeping is full of surprises, detours | Columnists

The annual spring honey bee swarm season is coming to an end, and as a beekeeper, I am reminded that just when you think you understand the life of bees, you discover that you don’t. We are fortunate here in western North Carolina to have excellent beekeepers. These men and women have been practicing the […]

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All Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator Codes (May 2022)

There are plenty of codes to redeem in May 2022 for the Bee Swarm Simulator game in Roblox, and there is a wide range of rewards available. There are tons of rewards that can be claimed using codes for the Bee swarm simulator game in Roblox. Many codes are currently active for May 2022, but […]

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The late US Senator Orrin Hatch honored at the Utah Capitol

Elaine Hatch wipes her face as she stands before the casket of her husband, former U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch, as he rests in state at the Utah Capitol on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 in Salt Lake City . Hatch, the longest-serving Republican senator in history and a fixture in Utah politics for more than four […]

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The Story of Gus the Goose and Parenthood

The call came in the morning. “It’s time.” I rushed down the road to my neighbor’s spacious porch — sharing her annual springtime vigil for the first time. I wanted to see the goslings emerge from their nest – an eight-foot drop from the platform she and her husband had built on the small grassy […]

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SC wildlife officials discover first sea turtle nest of the season

CHARLESTON, SC South Carolina state wildlife officials report the discovery of the first sea turtle nest of the season. Monday’s discovery comes a day after the official start of the 2022 turtle nesting season. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources said U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel found traces of loggerhead sea turtles in […]

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Beginner beekeeping with Earl Schnell | Spencer County News

Rockport Earl Schnell has been beekeeping for eight years. Schnell held a workshop at the Spencer County Public Library in Rockport to get newcomers interested in the world of beekeeping. What started as a hobby turned into more when he opened a beekeepers shop, called Early Bee in Newburgh. A few years later, he sold […]

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Condors once again soar above the coastal redwoods of northern California

FILE – A juvenile California condor flies from a shelf to a branch in the condor reintroduction enclosure at Redwood National Park near Orick, Calif., Tuesday, April 12, 2022. The endangered California condor returned to the sky above the state’s far north coast redwood forests for the first time in over a century. Two captive-bred […]