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This wholesome beekeeping note inspires people to remember old notes from deceased relatives

Sometimes people discover the life lessons passed on by their parents long after they have died. Something similar happened with Amy Clukey, an English teacher, who found a note written by his father nine years after his death. Clukey shared a photo of the handwritten note on Twitter and wrote, “My dad’s note found in […]

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World Bee Day Profile: Dr. Priyadarshini Chakrabarti Basu

To celebrate World Bee Day, USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) is spotlighting NIFA-funded researcher Dr. Priyadarshini Chakrabarti Basu, who is an associate professor at the ‘Mississippi State University. Tell us about your background and how your interest in agriculture developed. The NIFA-funded researcher, Dr. Priyadarshini Chakrabarti Basu, is an associate professor at […]

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Crew member attacks workers on scallop boat, killing 1: Feds

A scallop boat crew member has been sentenced to jail after prosecutors say he attacked his crewmates with a hammer and fatally stabbed one with a knife. United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts Days into a scallop voyage aboard an 85-foot boat, a crew member brutally attacked half of his co-workers and […]

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New online system for beekeeping

Streamlines apiary administration for beekeepers New measures to manage dieback impacts included in updated conditions for beekeeping in WA Parks and Reserves A new online apiary system allows beekeepers to apply, manage and share sites more efficiently, adding value to Western Australia’s globally significant beekeeping industry. The new system was developed by the Department of […]

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Beekeeping could be a game-changer for Parish Model

The goal of the Parish Development Model (PDM) is to deepen the process of decentralization; improve household incomes; enable inclusive, sustainable, balanced and equitable socio-economic transformation; and increase local accountability. This implies the eradication of poverty and vulnerability, as well as the total transformation of subsistence households into a cash economy. It is in everyone’s […]

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Sea turtles hold firm this summer but danger beckons

MELBOURNE, Florida. As the sun rises over sea turtle nests across the Space Coast, biologists see new glimmers of hope. Many feared for the future of Florida’s three most endangered types of sea turtles – green, loggerhead and leatherback turtles – but this year, evidence suggests they are bouncing back. This is especially true along […]

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Doug Ford just swallowed a bee talking about the possibility of privatizing health care

Ontario Premier Doug Ford found himself in a sticky situation on Friday when a bee entered his mouth and burrowed down his throat. Ford was answering questions from reporters in Dundalk, Ont., about the province-wide shortage of healthcare workers and the possibility of privatization when the bee flew in his mouth. “My God, I just […]

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An arson threatens the nascent beekeeping of Gugulethu…

Last month we profiled the Vuyo Myoli youngster urban beekeeping business in Gugulethu. Appointed Beez Movethe hives are set up on school grounds near a railway line and an informal market. Unfortunately, when Myoli came to work on Monday, he found that one of his two hives had been reduced to ashes. He says someone […]

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Newsom appoints Villaraigosa to secure infrastructure funds.

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa speaks on a cellphone Thursday outside the construction site of the brackish water desalination project at the Antioch Water Treatment Plant after Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the former Speaker of the State Assembly will serve as an infrastructure adviser for the state. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com Governor Gavin Newsom […]

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Ministry launches “Guide to Beekeeping in the Cook Islands”

Secretary of Agriculture, Temarama Anguna-Kamana and Beekeeping Advisor (VSA) Volunteering Abroad, David Cramp. Photo: MELINA ETCHES/22081001 The Cook Islands has “incredibly spirited bees”, according to Volunteer Services Abroad (VSA) beekeeping advisor David Cramp. Cramp has been stationed in Rarotonga for three months, working with the Ministry of Agriculture and community beekeepers. Not only has […]

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Toxic pesticides affect beekeeping in rural Idlib

Enab Baladi – Northern Idlib countryside Awad al-Dabal, 55, tends to the remaining beehives, which he has assigned a place away from any potential danger on the roof of his house in the town of Harbanoush, in the northern Idlib countryside . Al-Dabal regularly puts water in front of the floor of the hive so […]

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Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau welcomes new political reporter

Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau reporter Jenavieve Hatch will cover California politics and campaigns. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com Hello and welcome to AM Alert! WELCOME TO OUR NEW POLITICAL REPORTER Sacramento Bee Capitol Office welcome the journalist Jenavieve Hatch, which will cover California politics and campaigns. Hatch joined The Bee in August after completing her Masters […]

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Salford Bee Center is hosting an open day

The project has been created on council-owned land which has been leased to the Islington Mill arts and culture centre. Register to our ManchesterWorld Today newsletter A beekeeping project in Salford is celebrating its first anniversary by welcoming the public to an open day – and is also up for an award. Bee Corner was […]

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Benefits of beekeeping for MSMEs

Beekeeping is one of the oldest agricultural and forestry activities involving rural and local communities for the production of honey, a natural and healthy sweetener with many proven health, nutrition and beauty benefits. Many other products such as propolis, beeswax, bee venom, pollen and royal jelly are also harvested through beekeeping. Bees are kept commercially […]

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1st sea turtle nest found on Mississippi beach since 2018

FILE – In this May 2, 2010 file photo, Justin Main, a researcher with the Marine Mammal Science Institute, takes pictures of a dead sea turtle on the beach in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Beach crews have found the first sea turtle nest on mainland Mississippi in four years. . A Harrison County Sand Beach crew […]

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The ministry works to enforce beekeeping standards

– Advertising – The Department of Agriculture is working “diligently” to enforce guidelines and standards for beekeepers, chief veterinarian Dr Sharmaine Melville-Edwin said. Last month, a swarm of bees attacked a 55-year-old woman from Grace, Vieux Fort, who died the following day. The incident in the community where a honey producer operates is under investigation. […]

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Beekeeping novel makes its fashionable debut – Winnipeg Free Press

The vital role of bees in global food production is increasingly recognized and gardeners are planting flowers to attract and nurture these pollinators. In his first novel crazy honeyKatie Welch takes an imaginative look at beekeeping and how it bonds a family. Welch writes novels and teaches music in Kamloops, British Columbia. She grew up […]

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The story behind DoorDash stabbing in Ceres McDonald’s

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Casey Rich remembers thinking of his family as he lost blood after being stabbed 10 times by a DoorDash driver at a McDonald’s restaurant in Ceres, California. He is […]

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Learn the history of beekeeping in Salisbury

BEEKEEPER AND WRITER Bill Mares will present the history and evolution of beekeeping, with an emphasis on the practice in Vermont, at the Salisbury Meeting House on Wednesday, August 17 at 7 p.m. Photo courtesy of the Salisbury Conservation Commission. SALISBURY — William Mares will speak at Bees Besieged: A History of Beekeeping on Wednesday, […]

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Man rescued from cement mixing drum, Wisconsin officials say

A maintenance worker became trapped inside the drum of a concrete drum, Wisconsin officials said. Madison Fire Department Wisconsin firefighters rescued a maintenance worker who they said became trapped inside the drum of a concrete mixer truck. The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. on Monday August 1 in Vienna, about 85 miles west of Milwaukee. […]

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GABON: When beekeeping reduces community pressure on forest and wildlife

The rural communities of Ogooué-Ivindo and Ngounié, two provinces respectively in the north-east and south of Gabon, now have an effective alternative to poaching and illegal logging. After being inventoried, these communities were trained in honey cultivation (beekeeping). The team of experts made up of members of Conservation Justice, Muyissi Environnement, Bénédiction De La Forêt […]

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Varroa Mite worries the future of beekeeping

Beekeeper Bronwyn Woods traveled to New South Wales to help contain the Varroa mite outbreak. Photos: PROVIDED. By Mikayla van Loon Beekeepers in Victoria have received a warning about a fast-spreading and destructive pest, not only with the potential to change beekeeping habits but also the growth of fresh produce. Bob’s Beekeeping Supplies manager Bronwyn […]

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Free Honey, Tickets & More (August 2022)

Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator is an online multiplayer game developed by @Onett in 2018. This Roblox simulation game has recently started to become popular among gamers and has nearly two billion hits from all over the world. The main motive of all Roblox players playing Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator is to hatch bees, use those […]

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Ceres man accused of stabbing McDonald’s over rude comment

Modesto Bee File A Ceres man was arrested Monday night after allegedly stabbing a man who made an offensive comment to his wife inside a McDonald’s. The couple, driving for DoorDash, were picking up food at McDonald’s on East Hatch Road around 8 p.m. Sgt. says Keith Griebel. The husband waited in the car while […]

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Researchers’ Beekeeping Box Design Obtains Patent | Pune News

Pune: Researchers from the zoology department of Savitribai University Phule Pune have developed a patented smart honeycomb monitoring device for beekeeping. The wooden box designed by the professors of the department is equipped with cameras to monitor the activities of the bees and study their behavior and the threats to them. The device has also […]

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The beekeeping group still booming after 42 years

Forty-two years ago, a group of beekeeping enthusiasts with a passion for educating the public united to form the Collin County Hobby Beekeepers Association. The organization’s president, John “Skip” Talbert, 54, operates Sabine Creek Honey Farm in Royse City with his father, John Talbert III, 84. After a career in the US Army, Skip transitioned […]

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The Bristol Press – Learn about bees, beekeeping

PLAINVILLE – Elders learned about bees and beekeeping in June thanks to an expert. Newtown resident Paula Wolf gave a presentation at the Plainville Senior Center, much to the delight of approximately 25 attendees. The discussion started with why pollinators like bees are important to the world. “About 90 different food crops in the United […]

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New Britain Herald – Learn about bees, beekeeping

PLAINVILLE – Elders learned about bees and beekeeping in June thanks to an expert. Newtown resident Paula Wolf gave a presentation at the Plainville Senior Center, much to the delight of approximately 25 attendees. The discussion started with why pollinators like bees are important to the world. “About 90 different food crops in the United […]

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City Bees RVA shares the science, history and importance of beekeeping

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – If you take a trip to the Sankofa Community Orchard, you’ll find more than 20,000 bees working together. The bees are part of a new experience in the city of Richmond called City Bees RVA. “The Sankofa community orchard is a great place to have bees. There are so many crops […]

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Home beekeeping boom triggers varroa mite warning from honey industry

Backyard beekeeping is booming, but with the world’s worst bee pest on our doorstep, could well-meaning enthusiasts bring down Queensland’s honey industry? Key points: Commercial honey industry concerned about the spread of Varroa mites in backyard hives Recreational beekeepers are urged to register their hives with Biosecurity Queensland A Toowoomba lavender farm has started a […]

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Oriental fruit flies detected in Sacramento County

Sacramento County is launching an extensive investigation and eradication plan in response to the detection of four male Oriental fruit flies near Wilton, authorities said Thursday. In conjunction with the California Department of Food and Agriculture and the United States Department of Agriculture, the County Commissioner of Agriculture will initiate eradication efforts in the southeast […]

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Hive of the Rising Sun: Beekeeping in Northern Alabama |

Hive of the Rising Sun is an apiary operated by Colby and Justin Ruf in Harvest, AL. They manage more than 70 bee colonies in south-central Tennessee and north-central Alabama. They are often found selling their wares in the markets of Athens and County Limestone. Colby Ruf hails from southeast Texas, while Justin Ruf, an […]

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Grebe population decline is concerning – Lake County Record-Bee

Clear Lake’s wild bird population attracts photographers from across the country. There are literally hundreds of species of birds that inhabit the lake and one of the most popular is the Western Grebe. Grebes come to Clear Lake to nest and raise their young, but the past two years have seen few grebes on the […]

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Patent issued for beekeeping research by SPPU professors

The government has recently granted a patent to the beekeeping research conducted by the professors of Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) The government has recently granted a patent to beekeeping research carried out by professors at Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU). Professor Radhakrishna Pandit from the Department of Zoology and Professor Radhakrishna Pandit have created […]

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3 things to know about urban beekeeping | Architectural Summary

“If you want to encourage a diversity of bees, it’s important to also have several slightly different hole diameters and depths,” says Bratman. This could mean bundling thin cardboard or bamboo tubes into a wooden frame, or drilling an assortment of holes in a block of wood about two inches deep. Although the main thing […]

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Babin’s hive: twenty-five hives and a passion for beekeeping – The Coastland Times

By Kimberly Armstrong, Dare County Cooperative Extension Don Babin is a busy man, as busy as the bees in the 25 hives he keeps on the Outer Banks. From Manteo to Corolla, and all the beach towns in between, he oversees the care and maintenance of thousands of bees – 50,000 to 60,000 per hive. […]

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Grebe population decline is concerning – Lake County Record-Bee

Clear Lake’s wild bird population attracts photographers from across the country. There are literally hundreds of species of birds that inhabit the lake and one of the most popular is the Western Grebe. Grebes come to Clear Lake to nest and raise their young, but the past two years have seen few grebes on the […]

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Man found in Modesto marks the county’s third canal-related death

The body of a man was found and recovered Saturday morning, July 23, 2022, from a canal at Virginia and West Morris avenues in downtown Modesto. Modesto Fire Department The body of a man was found Saturday morning in a central Modesto canal, marking the third person found dead in Stanislaus County canals in the […]

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30 beekeepers participate in beekeeping seminar at Yo Creek, Orange Walk

Views : 142 Posted: Saturday, July 23, 2022. 1:28 p.m. CST. Photo credit: MAFSE By Ruben Morales Iglesias: On Friday, Extension Officer Miguel Huertas held a beekeeping seminar for 30 Orange Walk beekeepers at Orange Walk’s Yo Creek Agric Station. The Department of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise said the seminar came after […]

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The threatened valley bee

For hundreds of years, the Asian or Kashmir native bee Apis cerana was raised in the native cultures of the valley. However, beekeepers all over Asia began to import the European bee, Apis mellifera, a species that lives in much larger colonies (30,000 to 50,000 bees compared to 2,000 to 20,000 bees in A. cerana). […]

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Global Beekeeping Suits Market 2022 Report Scope – Jinan Haiante Security Equipment Co., Ltd, Changge City Color Red Bee Hat Processing Factory, Yisai Security Technology (Shanghai) Co.

A new market study titled Global beekeeping suits market from 2022 to 2028 produced by MarketsandResearch.biz sheds light on the current scenario and upcoming trends and developments that are contributing to the growth of the market. Major market boomers and opportunities driving the growth of the market are provided with estimates for the market till […]

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Regulators amend then approve Georgia Power’s energy plan

ATLANTE Georgia utility regulators on Thursday approved a plan that would shut down a number of Georgia Power Co.’s coal-fired power plants, but not before postponing the death warrant for two units. The vote came as the Georgia Public Service Commission approved Georgia Power’s plan to meet the electricity demand of its 2.7 million customers […]

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Dhenkanal beneficiaries receive beekeeping training and toolkit

Bhubaneswar: The integration of beekeeping with floriculture, a component of CSIR’s floriculture mission, is implemented in convergence with Khadi’s Honey Mission program and the Village Industries Commission. As part of this convergence, CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) donates tuberose, marigold, rose and jasmine saplings and KVIC provides Beehives with bee colonies, iron support, toolkit and […]

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What you need to know about home beekeeping

Posted July 20, 2022 by PETA. Home beekeeping has been in the news for the past few years, but saving bees doesn’t mean raising bees and stealing their honey. Much of the domestic beekeeping industry is steeped in speciesism, even though it claims to support these animals, as it assumes we have the right to […]

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Election leaders call for openness to dispel misinformation

FILE – Two men stand armed with guns on January 6, 2021, outside the Governor’s mansion in Olympia, Wash., during a protest in support of then-President Donald Trump and against the counting of electoral votes in Washington , DC, claiming then -The victory of President-elect Joe Biden. The key to dispelling conspiracy theories and misinformation […]

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Governor of Al-Baha launches beekeeping festival

RIYADH: The Jax district in Diriyah has opened its doors to the Saudi public in an immersive art and virtual reality experience under the theme “a window to your senses”. Jax Arts Festival encourages audiences to indulge the five senses through a showcase of works by artists from around the world. The area is home […]

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Beekeeping for the sake of the mangroves

Khamis Omar shows some of the beehives in the mangroves of Mida Creek, County Kilifi. [Caroline Chebet, Standard] On glorious windy evenings at Mida Creek Beach in Kilifi, the magical blends of bright red and bright orange and yellow hues across the sky are enchanting. Often visitors spend their chatty evenings sitting along the beach […]

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Insurer tells court it owes no coverage in bee transport lawsuit

By Emily Finallyger (July 18, 2022, 4:56 p.m. EDT) – An insurer asks a federal court in Michigan to declare that it does not have to defend a freight carrier in a negligence lawsuit related to the deaths of more than 500 bees, saying that bees are not “covered property”. Sentry Select Insurance Co. filed […]

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Woman’s body found in Hughson Canal CA. The sheriff is investigating

A woman found dead in a canal on Monday morning has been identified as Maria Victoria Ortiz, 68, of Hughson. A motorist spotted Ortiz’s body just after 8 a.m., floating face down in the canal just south of Tully Road near East Hatch Road, according to Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Luke Schwartz. Patrol deputies […]

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Plans for Ireland’s first beekeeping center of excellence unveiled in the Midlands

A state-of-the-art facility must be built locally. Plans for Ireland’s first-ever Center of Excellence for beekeeping are unveiled today in the Midlands. The Irish Bee Foundation is set to build the new state-of-the-art facility at Lough Boora Boglands in Offaly over the next five years. It will serve as a research and education center for […]

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Brown Bag presents Pollinators and Beekeeping | News, Sports, Jobs

Join local beekeepers Neal and Dianne Rinehart as they share their knowledge of pollinators and their importance to quality of life. They will briefly review the different species of pollinators, then focus on honey bees. They will cover many topics and adapt to the interests of the participants. Topics may include: the different […]

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A woman quits her job and starts beekeeping in a village

Beyazıt Şenbük – MUĞLA Beyza Yavuz decided to leave her job and city life behind to settle in the Aegean province of Fethiye district in Muğla and started beekeeping with 50 beehives which she takes care of on her own. class=”cf”> “I realized that my expectation from life was to be in touch with nature,” […]

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The oldest resident of the village has become a leading authority in the world of beekeeping

Robin Longbottom explores how a village textile worker became a leading local authority in the world of beekeeping On Saturday June 16, 1906, Jack Barrett – of West Lane, Sutton-in-Craven – celebrated his 90th birthday, making him the village’s oldest resident. Born in 1816, a year after Wellington’s defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo, he received […]

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The new 988 hotline is 911 for mental health emergencies

In this Sunday, August 11, 2019, photo, a man uses a cell phone in New Orleans. Quick help for suicidal thoughts and other mental health emergencies may soon be as easy as 9-8-8. The first three-digit national mental health hotline in the United States will go live on Saturday, July 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, […]

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Incredible Beekeeping Market Growth 2022 by Share, Size,

Bee market WMR latest release titled Beekeeping Market Research Report 2022-2029 (by Product Type, End-User/Application and Regions/Countries) provides in-depth assessment of Beekeeping including key market trends, technologies upcoming, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players company profiles and strategies. The global beekeeping market study with 100+ market data tables, pie charts, graphs and figures is […]

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Is it a bee? Is it a hummingbird?

Marshal Helmberger One of the coolest insect families in the North Country is the one whose members are most likely to be mistaken for a bird. They are called hawkmoths or hawkmoths (family Sphingidae), which includes a number of related butterflies best known for their ability to hover in place when feeding on flowers, thanks […]

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Backyard beekeeping: helping bees do their important job of pollination

Virginia Master Beekeeper Hodgie Holgersen began working with bees nearly 60 years ago after reading a book about bees in elementary school. “I probably spend more time doing this than doing my day job. Don’t tell my boss, but anyway,” Holgersen said with a laugh. Today he cares for over 100 beehives and is a […]

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Honey hive beekeeping is a new experience at this northern Michigan resort

GAYLORD, MI — Northern Michigan resorts are adding new features and activities for guests, but the latest experience at Treetops Resort near Gaylord just might set it apart. Those who sign up for the new hands-on bee experience will be taken to the upper portions of the resort property where they will wear protective clothing […]

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Quinnipiac River Watershed Association Butterfly and Bee Habitat in Meriden

A bumblebee explores a purple coneflower Monday at the Quinnipiac River Watershed Association Butterfly and Bee Habitat at 540 Oregon Road in Meriden. Photos by Dave Zajac, Record-Journal { %> Blooming daisies are seen in the Quinnipiac River Watershed Association Butterfly and Bee Habitat in Meriden. { %> On Monday, people walk near the Quinnipiac […]

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AI powered mobility vehicle. is the answer to responsible beekeeping on urban farms

Bees are vital for the planet, as they are excellent pollinators, and perhaps the most crucial link in maintaining biodiversity. They help ensure food security and also diversify the types of plants and animals that are grown on the earth’s surface. Perhaps this is why beekeeping and pollination should be encouraged more than other things […]

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An invasive forest insect makes its first appearance on the West Coast

A man has made the first sighting of the emerald ash borer on the West Coast, an insect considered “North America’s most destructive forest pest,” according to the Oregon Department of Agriculture. (Photo by Oregon Department of Agriculture) Dominic Maze, an invasive species biologist, was waiting to pick up his children from summer camp in […]

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9-hour stalemate after fatal shooting in Modesto neighborhood

Police and sheriff’s deputies were in a standoff with a homicide suspect following a fatal shooting on Debbie Lane in downtown Modesto on Sunday afternoon July 10, 2022. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com Update, 8:25 a.m.: Modesto police confirmed the deadlocked suspect died Sunday night of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Two young children and an adult woman […]

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Beekeeping program helps reform prisoners at Rochester prison

Inmates learn to become beekeepers in a new rehabilitation program that ‘saved’ them. HMP Rochester began the program earlier this year with academic lessons from the Medway Beekeepers’ Association Beekeeping Program Aids Prison Reform Now, having received the hives four weeks ago, they are now putting their knowledge into practice. Inmate Daniel* signed up for […]

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What’s the buzz? Beekeeping and brewing take over the senior community – News

CPAB chief executive Greg Strickland says the effort has been a hit with residents. Vi at Highlands Ranch in Colorado, one of 10 continuing care retirement communities operated by Vi Living, has a one-of-a-kind new microbrewery in its own backyard. Beginning with an interest in activities such as beekeeping, gardening, wine pairing, and wine and […]

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Interested in joining Johannesburg’s beekeeping community?

There are hobbyist beekeepers throughout Northcliff and the rest of the town who help keep our critical bee populations healthy with well-managed swarms to help prevent declining numbers. The Northcliff Melville Times met a few people who shared the importance of feeding bees responsibly. Len Boucher, president of the Southerns Beekeeping Association with one of […]

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Beekeeping is a passion for Wellesley Fair Associate Ambassador

For Mason McCormick, the opportunity to be the Associate Ambassador for the Wellesley Fall Fair was a chance to step out of his comfort zone. “I love talking to people, but I didn’t really speak in the public eye or in large crowds. So I just thought I’m going to give this opportunity and step […]

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Hives for Heroes provides connection and purpose for vets through beekeeping

“Save Bees-Save Vets” is the motto of the Hives for Heroes charity, and that’s exactly what they do. While bees and veterans may seem like an unlikely pair, founder and CEO Steve Jimenez has discovered that they’re a perfect match for helping two-legged and six-legged creatures. A major problem among veterans is the suicide rate. […]

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Sikkim government unveils ‘bee farm’ in Tarku; Intends to boost honey productivity and generate local jobs

With the aim of increasing honey productivity and generating local employment opportunities, the Ministry of Agriculture, Horticulture and Livestock and Veterinary Services (AH&VS) – Lok Nath Sharma has inaugurated today now a bee farm as part of the Nature Glory Beekeeping and Honey Mission in Middle Tarku. He was accompanied by Nature Glory Beekeeping Mission’s […]

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Mejía HRs twice, Rays sweep doubleheader with Blue Jays

Vladimir Guerrero waves to the crowd as he walks to the mound to throw the ceremonial first pitch to his son, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., before a baseball game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Tampa Bay Rays, Saturday, July 2, 2022 in Toronto. (Jon Blacker/The Canadian Press via AP) Jon Blacker PA TORONTO Francisco […]

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Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator Codes (July 2022): Free Boosts & Honey

Roblox Bee Simulator is an online multiplayer game developed by @Onett in 2018, with almost 2 billion visits. The motive of Roblox players playing Bee Swarm Simulator is to hatch bees, use them to create swarms, collect pollen and use it to make honey. New players to the game will automatically be greeted with a […]

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START: Rookies Morel and Hall look to extend home runs

Chicago Cubs’ Christopher Morel hits a two-run homer in the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox in Chicago on Friday, July 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) Nam Y. Huh PA A glimpse of what’s happening around the majors today: ___ BEAUTIFUL NEWCOMER Cubs rookie Christopher Morel has had three […]

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Yates & Bailey Bee Farm, beekeeping for over 65 years

BELVOIR, NC (WNCT) – According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, American bee colonies have collapsed at an average rate of nearly 40% over the past 10 years. It’s thanks to the hard work of beekeepers like Bobby Yates that the population is still there. Bobby Yates of Yates & Bailey Bee Farm has been […]

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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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Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator Codes (June 2022)

In Roblox Bee Swarm Simulator, players must maintain a bee farm in a lush environment. “Pollen” is extracted by bees and used by players to produce “honey”. With these resources, players can arm themselves with the best gear needed to upgrade the farm and get rich in the game. Players can also immerse themselves in […]

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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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The students of the Governor’s school discover bees and beekeeping | Every day

Normally on a sunny summer day the local bees would 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 […]

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Bee lawyers marvel at hive teamwork

He was the first of the trio to get into it when a group of graduates from the firm’s Melbourne office decided to try it together 10 years ago. They already had vegetable gardens and brewed and baked their own bread. “It turned out that it was actually a relatively easy thing to do, but […]

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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 […]