Beekeeping

How to get started in Apico

When it comes to relaxing simulation games, few come close to the warm and soothing atmosphere of Apico, the first beekeeper and beekeeping simulator. Inspired by the Forestry Minecraft mod, Apico lets you live out your bee-related dreams. RELATED: Apico Is A Sweet Farming Simulator Full Of Bees Although the …

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British Columbia bees face growing threat from deadly virus carried by mite

A variant of a virus that attacks the shape of bees’ wings is spreading rapidly across Canada, causing beekeepers in British Columbia to lose entire colonies. All over the world, colonies of bees are being devastated by a mite, smaller than your little fingernail, carrying a deadly virus. The deformed …

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7 Times Angelina Jolie Was The Ultimate Humanitarian!

Angelina Jolie turns 47 today! To celebrate the feminist’s generous work, we’ve compiled a list of seven times she used her platform to make a positive difference in this chaotic world. Hollywood icon Angelina Jolie is known for more than her on-screen work! She began to embrace philanthropic work in …

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🌱 Concord Daily: It’s all happening June 3

Hello again, friends. It’s Friday in Concord and I’m back in your inbox to keep you up to date on all the big stuff happening locally. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy with showers around. High: 66 Low: 50. Here are the top stories at Concord today: Investigators: Toyota SUV owner …

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James W. Roessler | Obituary

James W. Roessler, 92, died Friday, May 27, 2022, in Evansville, Ind. Born September 30, 1929 in Fulda, Ind., he was the son of the late Vernon and Meta (Druschel) Roessler. He married JoAnn Griepenstroh on August 26, 1951. James was a Navy veteran during the Korean conflict and a …

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The Recorder – Let it grow: Area homeowners grow lawns for pollinators as part of No Mow May initiative

Published: 05/30/2022 10:07:34 GREENFIELD — Think of it as the Movember for your lawn. But instead of growing a mustache in November to raise awareness for men’s health, it’s about growing your garden in May to provide food for pollinators when they come out of hibernation. It’s called No Mow …

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Lou Ann welcomes 30,000 visitors | Columnists

I had a few visitors this week. Oh sure, lots of Airbnb and cyclists and friends come to see us. However, these visitors were different! They all came at the same time and decided to spend the night in one of my trees. Yes, 30,000 bees came to call. Of …

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Bee charity wins silver at Chelsea Flower Show

Bees for Development, the Monmouth-based beekeeping charity, won a silver medal at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, for its ‘Hives for Lives’ display sponsored by Rowse Honey. Winning silver at the event which opened to the public yesterday adds to their medal chest after securing a silver in …

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Column: Local beekeeper is part of a global mission to save bees

Normally, it would never cross my mind to write about World Bee Day. But that was before I spoke to Hilary Kearney, a beekeeper from National City. To clarify, she’s not an accountant, as some mistakenly thought at first mention. She is a beekeeper, and she gives the profession a …

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Spirit of the hive: Tunisian beekeepers protest against the early warning system

Tunisian beekeeper Elias Chebbi, holds a honeycomb in one hand and a locally-made SmartBee device in the other that remotely monitors internal factors in real time and accesses key performance indicators inside his beekeepers. beehives, in the northern Tunisian region of Testour, in the Beja province, on April 8, 2022. …

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Tunisian beekeepers concerned about early warning system

Published on: 05/20/2022 – 03:40Amended: 05/20/2022 – 03:38 Testour (Tunisia) (AFP) – Elias Chebbi inspected a beehive in a field in Tunisia, minutes after a buzz on his phone alerted him to a potential problem. The 39-year-old beekeeper opened a flap of the hive to reveal a low-cost, locally-made sensor …

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In Scotland, the LACRIMA Foundation manufactures 3D printed wooden hives

There have been attempts in the past to combat bee mortality using 3D printed hives. The company HIIVE, for example, uses recycled materials to create a habitat for honey bees that is as close to nature and species-appropriate as possible through additive manufacturing. Now a new non-profit organization from Scotland …

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Library News: Week of May 15, 2022 – The Globe

WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Library, 407 12th St., Worthington, is open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The Adrian Branch Library, 214 Maine Ave., Adrian, is open 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through …

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Two million bees delivered to beekeepers in the region | News

The Tillamook Beekeepers Association has ordered nearly two million bees and recently distributed them to 70 of their beekeepers. The bees were purchased from Joe Hansen of Colton OR’s Foothills Honey Company, a second generation business started by Hanson’s mother and father. According to Brad York, president of the Tillamook …

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Bee the change; Sell ​​honey drinks on May 20 to support coffee growersDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Not only are bees the magical little engines that maintain the delicate balance of Earth’s ecosystem, but they can also produce something wonderful to mix with coffee. On May 20, World Bee Day, the nonprofit Food 4 Farmers is asking coffee retailers to collect $1 from every honey-enriched drink sold …

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GreenLight’s bee-saving RNA solution named World Changing Ideas Award finalist

BOSTON, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A GreenLight Biosciences RNA-based solution designed to protect bees of the Varroa destructor mite was named a finalist by fast business for its World Changing Ideas Awards 2022. It’s the first RNA-based solution to directly target mites, which have been detected in 90% …

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Prince Edward Island beekeepers remain optimistic about massive bee mortality across the country

Prince Edward Island beekeepers are approaching their busy season with a positive attitude, even though the cold weather has dragged on and there have been mass bee deaths elsewhere in the country. Hives are emerging after what has been a cold spring for the island, meaning honey farms are behind …

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Bee Pollen Sales Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Complete analyzes of the most dynamic Bee Pollen Sales Market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Bee Pollen Sales. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company …

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A rural policeman uses his beekeeping skills to make the community safer

JOHN BISSET/Stuff Fairlie Senior Constable Russell Halkett said he was a beekeeper before joining the force. A South Canterbury police officer uses skills from a previous job to help keep the people of his rural town safe. Senior Constable Russell Halkett, of Fairlie, was a beekeeper before joining the police …

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A beekeeper inspired Islip Town to become a bee friend

SIn 2018, Bay Shore beekeeper Tom Santorelli became alarmed when he noticed bees in his hives were dying prematurely. Italian bees, which have a lifespan of up to six weeks, were perishing earlier, he said, due to insufficient nectar, a nutrient essential for their survival. “If there is not enough …

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The Garden Club Plant Sale Has More Than Plants | Community

At the height of the original Covid-19 virus, one place people really dug when squatting at home was the garden. More and more people have realized the value of having a garden, keeping plants and growing your own food. Gardening offered many families an activity that could involve everyone, regardless …

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Azerbaijani beekeepers begin to transfer their farms to freed Gubadli – ministry (PHOTO)

BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 27. An event dedicated to the transfer of beekeeping farms to pastures in the Gubadli district of Azerbaijan [liberated from Armenian occupation in the 2020 second Karabakh war] took place in Nasimi village of Sabirabad district, the Ministry of Agriculture told Trend. According to the ministry, the …

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Lewisburg High School Beekeeping Club | News

LEWISBURG — Schools are often filled with different kinds of quirky clubs, often built around classes, but often also around interests. At Lewisburg High, a beekeeping club is something that excites students, teachers, and administrators. Club adviser Matt Lupold said a relationship with the Lewisburg Community Garden came through a …

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Climate change and bees A greater financial threat to Pakistan than terrorism

Honey bees are critically important to agricultural production across the world, but due to environmental threats and global warming, they have become as threatening as ever. According to experts, honey production is decreasing day by day in Pakistan due to human activities, carbon pollution and human-induced stressors. By Rao M. …

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Pueblo Bee Swarm Commander wants you to call him if you see bees

As temperatures rise and bees emerge from their hives, Dru Spinuzzi hopes to receive many phone calls from complete strangers in the Pueblo area. “I’m the swarm commander for Pueblo County, Rocky Ford, La Junta, Cañon City, all of southern Colorado, really,” she told The Chieftain one late spring morning …

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Beekeeping has many sweet ties to Church history – Arkansas Catholic

A centuries-old tradition in religious orders, bees provide wax for candles, honey too Posted: April 18, 2022 By Maryanne MeyerriecksFort Smith Correspondent Maryanne Meyerriecks St. Boniface parishioner Mike Elsken tends to the three bee boxes in his yard in Fort Smith on April 6. He has 11 other bee boxes …

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Marina High leader named Principal of the Year, Westminster High adds beekeeping program, and more – OECD Newsroom

Marina High School Principal Morgan Smith was named High School Principal of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators. As reported by the Daily Pilot, Smith returned to Marina this year after serving as vice principal at Fountain Valley High from 2015 to 2021. Prior to that, he …

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Social Amateur Beekeeping Club for Hilltops | The phoenix of the summits

The first meeting of the Hobbyist Beekeeping Social Club was held on Sunday 3rd April at the Cootamundra RSL Club. Seven people attended the inaugural meeting. Kenny Tanson said the youngest person to attend on Sunday was a young man aged just 13. “He has his own beehive,” Kenny said. …

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Beekeepers passionate about insects make themselves known at the festival | Western Colorado

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You Can Grow It bees and butterflies

Find out how we can help endangered bees and monarch butterflies by doing a few simple things in our gardens. BOISE, Idaho- Growing a garden gives us beautiful rewards, pretty flowers, fresh fruits and vegetables, and it attracts wildlife to the yard like songbirds, hummingbirds, colorful butterflies and even bees, …

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Hathaway High School Agriculture Department Presents Beekeeping Program

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – There’s a queen in every hive, and the students of Hathaway High School are determined to find their own. The new hive of bees was raised for free and donated to the agriculture department, starting the school’s first-ever beekeeping program. “It sounds interesting, and it …

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DOC Uses Cost of Production in India as Comparison to Impose High Anti-Dumping Duties on Vietnamese Honey Exported to US | Taiwan News

Vietnamese honey exported to the United States faces high anti-dumping duty, affecting Vietnamese beekeepers and the raw honey-related food processing industry in some US states. HANOI, VIETNAM – Media OutReach – April 4, 2022 – On November 17, 2021, the DOC announced a preliminary finding that Vietnamese honey was being …

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Deerfield Park District Volunteer Recognition

April 1, 2022 At the Deerfield Park District Board of Commissioners meeting on Thursday, March 17, the Illinois Park and Recreation Association / Illinois Association of Park District Community Service Awards were presented to local volunteers Amy Brodsky, Jason Wadler and family , Sarah Kettlewell, Lorraine Jette, Leo Carter and …

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Remembering Arataki Honey’s Ian Berry – The Man Who ‘Started a Company and Built an Industry’

BusinessUpdate April 1, 2022 2:39 a.m.4 minute read Ian and Pat Berry were regular performers at their Country Music Club and their daughter Jenny said the couple would sing together and Ian would “dance the night away whenever he could!” Photo / Provided A hard worker, innovator and family leader …

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New fiction sheds light on the scars of war in Ukraine

In his new novel, “Grey Bees,” Kurkov asks hive-mind insects to explain where he thinks humanity has gone wrong. The book is about a beekeeper named Sergey Sergeyich who lives in the “grey zone” of Donbass, between areas controlled by the Ukrainian military and those in the hands of Russian-backed …

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Honey trap: is there a downside to the beekeeping boom? | The bees

En the spring, longtime beekeeper Tony Wilsmore will start getting phone calls. People usually see his phone number on the side of the cargo bike he rides in the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds tending to various backyard beehives in the interior north as part of his business Suburban Bees. …

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In-depth research of the global social networking tools market, industry statistics 2022

The Global Social Networking Tools Market The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. In addition, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and …

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Akron removes milkweed and goldenrod from its list of prohibited pests

Akron beekeepers and backyard gardeners are buzzing with excitement following a recent city code update removing certain plants from Akron’s noxious weed list. The amended ordinance, passed Monday by the Akron City Council, allows local gardeners to grow plants previously banned on private property, such as milkweed and goldenrod, which …

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Winnifred “Winnie” Gillespie – Detroit Lakes Tribune

A memorial ceremony will take place at a later date. On March 20, 2022, Winnifred “Winnie” Mae (Halvorson) Gillespie passed away at her home, peacefully in her sleep surrounded by love. She was 90 years old. Born to Wallace and Blanche Halvorson in Milan Minnesota on February 7, 1932, second …

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Anna announces the opening of Mursel’s own furniture store

90 Day Fiancé’s Anna and Mursel are already successful beekeepers and business owners, but Mursel just opened her own furniture store. 90 day fiance Couple Anna Mistanoglu Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu are considered successful business owners, but Anna has just revealed that her husband has opened his own furniture store. …

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Bee colony deaths rise for seventh straight year – report

Bee colony deaths in Aotearoa have risen for the seventh consecutive year, with a new report estimating that nearly 14% of the country’s hives were lost in the winter of 2021. Photo archive: Hive Photo: 123RF MPI commissioned Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research to conduct an annual colony loss survey since 2015, …

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How to Make a Mason Bee House for Your Garden

Photo: Chatham172 (Shutterstock) Gardeners know that the presence of bees is a great help in the garden. Some gardeners are even turning to urban beekeeping to attract industrious pollinators to the yard (and reap the reward: honey). If you’re not quite ready for full beekeeping, you can still get in …

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Daggers Meadery is Granille’s first wine farm, making wines from honey

Bees are amazing insects, and a small business in Western Massachusetts is growing thanks to the tireless work of bees, coupled with a large dose of curiosity. In 2009, Mimi’s Hilltop Apiary was born from the harvest of honey and beeswax atop Prospect Mountain in the Hampden County town of …

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Nature’s Spring Calendar Is Older Than The One Hanging On The Wall | The heart of the farm is the family

The sound was unmistakable and immediately caught my attention. The sun poured down on the farm that morning, lending a warm atmosphere to a still chilly day in early March. The unexpected song stood out against the background of several dozen geese, annoyed by my intrusion into what they apparently …

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Wild at Heart Bees promotes earthly coexistence, pure products

By Jessie Duran Student journalist Wild at Heart Bees, locally owned by Tom and Pam Turner, started their business in 2017. Tom and his family build everything from bee boxes to picture frames. Their son, Trey, builds the boxes and daughter-in-law, Amber, wires the box frames. Last winter, 1,500 frames …

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Comvita joins the “Wasp Wipeout” campaign to eliminate parasites

Wasps are a major pest in New Zealand. Photo / 123RF RNZ The honey company Comvita has joined forces to eliminate the number of wasps across the country. Introduced German and common wasps are a nuisance pest, invading hives and eating insects – reducing the amount of food for native …

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The second beekeeping course will start on Wednesday – La Tribune

Ohio River Bee Society to resume meetings WILGUS – The first class of Reid’s Apiary beekeeping course will graduate and the second class will begin on Wednesday. “Bill and I would like to thank Dr. Mike Dyer and the staff at Proctorville Animal Clinic for allowing us to use their …

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The extension service offers webinars, events | house style

Penn State Extension Service continues to provide quality education through a wide variety of webinars and recordings. “If you are having difficulty registering online for any of these live webinars, please contact Penn State Extension’s customer service team at 877-345-0691. Most of these webinars will also be recorded and available …

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Sandra Oh Plays a Haunted, Technophobic Beekeeper in First Trailer for New Horror Film Umma

Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh stars as a technophobic beekeeper terrorized by an evil entity in the first trailer for new supernatural horror film Umma. Produced by Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness), the film centers on Amanda (Oh), a Korean immigrant who runs a …

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

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

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Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts increase

WOODLAND, CA. — For a few frantic weeks, beekeepers from across the United States ferry billions of bees to California to rent them to almond growers who need the insects to pollinate the state’s most valuable crop. But as the almond trees begin to bloom, blanketing entire valleys in white …

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Business is buzzing for beekeepers in Morehead

MOREHEAD, Ky. (FOX 56) – On a recent morning, Jim Coss could be found feeding his bees, giving them sugar and vitamins to keep them strong at a time when there are no flowers or of tree flowers to pollinate. He has a few bee boxes in front of his …

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WA startup raises $1.5m to make honey Australia’s next big export

HHA Founder and CEO Jay Curtin (right) and President Stephen Fewster. Source: Supplied/Daniel Carson. A Western Australian honey startup has raised $1.5 million in crowdfunding, as it strives to bring local medicinal honey to the world stage, while supporting some of the country’s smaller businesses. Australian Honey Ventures (AHV) launched …

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Homesteading assistance | News, Sports, Jobs

READY TO EDUCATE AND SHARE – Shawn and Beth Dougherty have farmed together since the 1980s, for the past 20 years in the Toronto area where they manage 27 acres designated by the state as ‘unsuitable for farming’. Using intensive grazing as their primary source of food …

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The Gift of a Good Teacher |

Once, I was terrified of even giving a speech or presentation. Anyway, I didn’t know how. I had never been given the tools to speak publicly. Turns out Speech 101 is a college requirement. I put off enrolling in this course for as long as possible and enrolled in it …

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Food crisis hits bee colonies

A beekeeper collects a honeycomb from a hive placed in a mustard field in Satgaon of Munshiganj. This photo was taken recently. —Sony Ramany Frequent and untimely winter rains this year have left bees, a key pollinator, in unprecedented conflict as they have died by the thousands fighting over food, …

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ITV Dancing on Ice hit by ‘fix’ claims as Bez votes despite major stumble

Dancing on Ice has been branded “fixing” by angry fans after Bez managed to dodge the skate-off again – despite falling during his final routine. The Happy Mondays star found herself at the bottom of the leaderboard after scoring just 19.5 points out of a possible 40 for her beekeeping-inspired …

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60,000 bees stolen from GIANT Pennsylvania headquarters – FOX23 News

CARLISLE, Pennsylvania — Police in Carlisle, Pennsylvania are investigating after they say someone stole approximately 60,000 bees from GIANT corporate headquarters. >> Read more trending news The three stolen hives contained bee colonies and were removed from the headquarters between Jan. 28-30, The Patriot-News reported. In a press release, Jessica …

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Connect with nature at The Hive by Maple Street Garden in Muhammad

Mohammed, Illinois (WCIA) The Hive by Maple Street Garden joins us with details on their honey, bees, making things with beeswax, gardening, pollinators and how they support local makers. We help people connect with nature and discover where they are on the gardening spectrum and how they can create a …

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Obituaries for Joan Stoops (1942 – 2021) – Kenai, AK

Joan Elin Stoops, after a long illness, passed away on December 17, 2021, with her loved ones by her side. She was 79 years old. She was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon on June 2, 1942, to John F. and Jeanne E. Botens. She spent most of her childhood in …

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Summit County Beekeepers Donate Honey and Offer Bee Lessons

SUMMIT COUNTY, Ohio — A growing group of bee-lovers are looking beyond the snow to a time when bees are waking up, hives come to life and honey is flowing. Meanwhile, the Summit County Beekeepers Association has donated 100 pounds of honey to the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank and will …

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Home & Garden Digest – Sentinel of Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ The Center for Agroecology hosts the February courses Soil Management for Home Gardeners is an online course from 5-6:30 p.m. on February 9. Healthy soil is the foundation of a productive and thriving garden. Darryl Wong, Research Land Manager of the UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology Research, …

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Logging and bushfires are hampering beekeepers’ ability to meet growing demand for pollination

Beekeepers in Gippsland fear they will not be heard in discussions about forest management and as a result some patches of forest will be ‘no value for decades’. Key points: Beekeepers are trying to meet growing demand for pollination services Beekeeper says poorly managed bush adds to challenge Parts of …

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45 projects receive financial assistance from NBHM for a “gentle revolution”

The central government, aiming at the comprehensive promotion and development of scientific beekeeping in the country to achieve the goal of “gentle revolution”, has approved/sanctioned 45 projects for the aid of ₹88.87 crore for funding within the framework of the national beekeeping and honey mission (NBHM). The Economic Study for …

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Saturday from our neighborhood

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Intelligentr requests that memoirs be submitted at least 10 days prior to the desired publication date. Due to the volume of briefs submitted by the community, content may be published within 10 days of submission. Holidays and weather forecasts may impact certain events. The Intelligent cannot guarantee …

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Tama SWCD Highlights Local Stewardship with Annual Awards | News, Sports, Jobs

A view of Mike Snider’s farm in the Traer countryside. Snider was named the recipient of the Tama Co. SWCD Friend of Conservation Award for 2020. Snider’s farm features grassy streams and incredible post-harvest crop residue. — Photo courtesy Mike and Amy Snider The Tama Soil and Water Conservation District …

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What’s buzzing, 10 years of beekeeping – The Globe

WORTHINGTON — While the buzz may have died down over the winter months, Worthington resident Myron Meyer has invested heavily in his beekeeping hobby over the past decade. Entering his 11th year, Meyer has learned a great deal about honey harvesting, beekeeping and bees in general – knowledge he passes …

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Jason Statham’s fiancée Rosie Huntington-Whitely shows off growing baby bump in shapely posts

Like devastating than our timelines have seemed to be recently with a number of beloved celebrity deaths, the opposite side of this piece ushers in new life. Jason Statham and his fiancée Rosie Huntington-Whitely are among the many celebrities who are expecting a child soon. The model-turned-actress showed off her …

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MEYER, DENNIS

MEYER, Denis G. Dennis G. Meyer, 78, of Monroe, Ohio, died Sunday, January 16, 2022, at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born on October 25, 1943, the son of August and Esther (Mehl) Meyer. He was a 1961 graduate of Lakota High School and attended Hamilton …

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Religious and Community Events for the Week of January 21 – Farmville

The Church and Community Events Calendar is posted every Friday. Papers must be submitted by 10 a.m. on Monday for this Friday’s schedule. Events should be emailed to [email protected] NOW – FEBRUARY 12 FUNDRAISING FOR TOMBOLA TICKETS — The Randolph District Volunteer Fire Department is raffling off an Old Hickory …

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Agriculture 101: Beekeeping for Beginners

If you’ve ever wanted to harvest your own honey and take care of bees, then you need to keep reading! We’ve rounded up some of the best tips and tricks on how to start beekeeping if you’re just getting started. Beekeeping necessities Of course, if you have decided to become …

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Around the neighborhoods: from Askamore to Carnew

ASKAMORE contact email Please email your notes to [email protected] Askamore Community Council Free Beginners Beekeeping Course From February 2022 Why not join us in Askamore for six weeks (one evening a week) and learn all the essentials to get started in beekeeping. Practical tips for getting started, growing your hives …

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Best Bets | News | dothaneagle.com

Business Parks and Recreation hosts aerobics classes for seniors at the Civic Center Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-9:45 a.m. Make new friends, listen to fun music, and get moving! St. Jeans the Evangelist Catholic Church will host a program for anyone interested in learning the teachings of the church founded …

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Nadir Bakerwal leads the village of Gandhote towards a gentle revolution

Ramban is on the verge of a “soft” revolution through large-scale honey production by progressive farmers, aided and supported by the “Beekeeping Promotion” program and the “One District, One Product” program. sponsored by the government.Starting out with just 5 honey bee colonies in 1990, Nadir Bakerwal, 85, had ventured into …

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Overview, Opportunities, Key Businesses and Forecast to 2028 – WinCraft, Radical Fencing, Patagonia, MS Fencing, FOREST BEEKEEPING, Blade Fencing, Allstar Lyon, Absolute Fencing Gear, etc. – Industrial IT

The report examines the Fencing clothing market and gives a careful review of its applications. The report comprises a costing analysis of the products available in the global fencing clothing market with respect to the profit margins of the manufacturers. It helps to understand the major driving forces behind the …

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Honey production drops 90 percent – myRepublica

JAJARKOT, January 11: Beekeepers have witnessed a huge loss with a sharp drop in honey production in the district this year. Honey production is down 90 percent from last year and beekeepers are concerned. Hari Bahadur Budha from Nalgad-1 Municipality earned half a million rupees selling 875 kg of honey …

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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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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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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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