Sherri Flowers

Busy beekeeper Edgars Šneiders / Article

Once upon a time there was Edgars and Krista Šneiders who led cosmopolitan lives, dividing their time between Riga and Tallinn running tourist businesses. But, yearning for a bucolic place to raise their three children, they moved in 2016 to a dilapidated old farmhouse on 3 hectares of land in …

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Almond milk custard recipe (healthy dairy-free and gluten-free)

You will often notice the words “simple” and “easy” on Go Dairy Free because that is how we roll it. I don’t think good dairy-free food has to be complicated or take too long, and this almond milk cream is proof of that. It is made up of four basic …

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Hail deeply affects the growth of rubber trees in Xishuangbanna

Rubber tree forest before the hail event. Credit: Lin Youxing Water use efficiency (WUE) is one of the most important indicators of the strength of the carbon-water coupling for ecosystems and plants. Annual patterns of WUE among different types of forests have been widely reported. However, the annual carbon-water coupling …

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Honey Head Films of Wilmington NC Launches Fundraiser for Feature Film

In mid-November last year, as the Cucalorus Film Festival opened, filmmakers Erika Edwards and Kristi Ray from the Wilmington Honey Head Films production company hosted a ‘beehive warm-up’ for their new offices located on 15th and Castle streets in the trendy Cargo district. The wine was poured, the bite was …

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Alpine Pizza Company opens in Lionshead

Bart and Yeti’s Dennis Foley (left) has teamed up with Colby Lefevre to open Alpine Pizza Co. in Lionshead.Tricia Swenson / Daily Vail Locking down the COVID-19 pandemic has been good for something. Ask Colby Lefevre. The time spent at home allowed him to perfect his pizza recipe and start …

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Foundations urge increased support for long-term IOCC fire response in Greece

BALTIMORE, MD – Two family foundations, the George and Judy Marcus Foundation and the Jaharis Family Foundation, have jointly provided International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) with a six-figure matching challenge grant to support the long-term response IOCC term to summer forest fires in Greece. In the summer of 2021, forest …

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Guest column: The bee buzz | Opinion

When you think of honey bees, is your first thought “sting” or “honey”? Well, if it’s “sting” there are a few things you should know. First, most bites come from yellow jackets or hornets. Honey bees are blamed, but they’re so, so, so busy collecting pollen and nectar that they …

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Best Budesonide Nasal Spray – WKRG News 5

Which budesonide nasal sprays are best? Budesonide nasal sprays can help relieve your symptoms of sinusitis, hay fever, and allergy. If you suffer from allergies, hay fever, or sinusitis, you probably like the ease and convenience of using a nasal spray rather than getting allergy shots or taking pills. Rite …

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Taste Direct 2022: How To Claim Your Free Samples Now | News

Ready for a New Years refresh? Taste Direct is here to help you with 10 handpicked new products that retailers can taste. With the return of Covid-19 on our radars, Taste Direct is giving shoppers a safe and easy way to try the best new products the fine food industry …

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OSU grants for animal diseases and honey bee colony numbers increase

** Three grants of the National Animal Health Laboratory Network will enable the Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, located at Oregon State University, to continue to expand its role in responding to large epidemics in Northwestern Peaceful. The main objective of the laboratory is to test and diagnose animal diseases, including …

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