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Appleton Post Crescent

Expansion of beekeeping operations sought
Appleton Post Crescent
Beekeeping operations are only allowed on urban farms and public institutions. Lawrence University and Riverview Gardens hold the only two beekeeping permits in the city. The city's Board of Health will meet at 7 a.m. Wednesday to discuss the proposal.
Kingwood resident delves into beekeeping hobbyYour Houston News
Bees are harbingers of environmental changeHamilton Spectator

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph

Beekeepers battle challenges that threaten US bee colonies
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Honey bees gather around the entrance to their hives. The fact that so many are outside tells beekeeper Joe Davidson that it is time to 'rob' the hive of honey to provide more room inside for the bees to work.
Beekeeping nuts and boltsLincoln Journal Star
Modern Top Beehive Bar Allows Easier Access For Bees and BeekeepersClapway
Bee aware: Local leader for Indiana Beekeepers Association helping hive survivalnwitimes.com
New York Times -Comet 24
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WFTV Orlando

Backyard beekeeping is legal, booming in Florida
WFTV Orlando
Backyard beehives, which are boosting Florida's bee population and are popping up across Orange County, is perfectly legal under state law. “My neighbor is not happy at all,” backyard beekeeper Al Moreno said. “One of the neighbors has been a little ...



Columbus Telegram

Councilman's buzz comes from beekeeping
Columbus Telegram
Bahr was helping his wife's aunt, Evelyn Kusek — the city's first female council member — clean out a chicken coop at her farm when he discovered the beekeeping equipment stashed away years earlier by Kusek's father. He was told to throw the old ...



Buzz over draft ordinance leads city to keep beekeeping
WYFF Greenville
"They don't realize how much benefit the bees are doing to fruits and vegetables," Doug Hogg of Simpsonville has been beekeeping for about 40 years said Doug Hogg, who runs a nursery and keeps bees. "Einstein said years ago, 'If you do away with the ...



cleveland.com

Backyard beekeeping is hobby, business for Strongsville couple (photos and ...
cleveland.com
The reasons why people become beekeepers varies, Reed Johnson, an assistant professor of entomology at the Ohio State University's Wooster campus, said in an email. Some have heard reports about the declining numbers of bees due to disease, and ...
The fight of the honey bee: Willapa River Beekeeping Club focuses on building ...Chinook Observer
The secret life of beekeepersWylienews
Ask An Expert: 'Queen bee' Lori Stahl talks all about honey — and why you ...LancasterOnline
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Science Recorder

Longtime beekeeper builds new and improved hive
Science Recorder
While we focus on many of these problems, Roland Reed, a veteran beekeeper, has one solution – developing a new kind of hive, which he hopes should make things easier for people who wish to take up beekeeping. An increased interest in the hobby will ...
Sneads Ferry man develops more efficient beehiveJacksonville Daily News
Sneads Ferry man has now developed more efficient beehiveDispatch Times
Manage Honeybees Easily With Reed's New BeehiveEmpire State Tribune

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Bradenton Herald

Thanks to a relaxed state law, private beekeeping is a popular industry for ...
Bradenton Herald
Suncoast Beekeeper Association president Kent Bontrager is an acive beekeeper in Manatee and Sarasota County. He believes in relocating hives rather than destroying them. He is part of a growing movement to preserve honey bees, threatened by ...
A honey of a job: Washington County among state's most active in beekeepingHolmes County Times Advertiser
Stung by challenges, Florida's bee population reboundsSt. Augustine Record

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Helena Independent Record

Honeybee problems keep beekeepers busy
Helena Independent Record
Agrochemicals, mites, viruses, other diseases, poor nutrition, stress, monocropping, weak bee genetics, loss of native plants and diverse forage, loss of native habitats and poor management practices by some beekeepers are all listed as potential causes.



WDSU New Orleans

St. Joseph Abbey volunteer causes buzz with beekeeping
WDSU New Orleans
On the grounds of St. Joseph Abbey, longtime volunteer Jeff Horchoff carries on a tradition in monasteries that goes back centuries: beekeeping. A retired postal worker nicknamed "Mr. Ed,” Horchoff has worked for years in the wood shop, building those ...

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