Beekeeping

News: NATO Honey Harvest 2021, 20-Dec-2021

Since April 2020, NATO headquarters in Brussels has housed three beehives. In 2020, they produced 25 kg of natural honey. Even though 2021 was a difficult year for honey production in Belgium, it was surprisingly productive for NATO bees. About 60 kilos of high-quality honey were harvested from the NATO …

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Blisspoint: How former TMHS Jeff Venuti turned his curiosity into a business | News

TEWKSBURY – Former Tewksbury resident and TMHS alumnus Jeff Venuti has opened the doors to his new mead, Blisspoint, at his home in Somerville, and aims to become a retail showcase, educating customers on the mead and helping customers find their sweet spot for drinks. What sparked your passion for …

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How to hunt a swarm of bees to become a beekeeper –

How to hunt a swarm of bees to become a beekeeper. It happens on this earth of ours. In order to hunt bee hives, you will need a combination of bees, a shop vacuum or a bee vacuum, a bee box, frames and sugar water in a spray bottle. Next, …

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Australian beekeepers win manuka honey battle against New Zealand producers

Australian honey producers have won a four-year trademark battle in Britain amid a long-standing dispute with New Zealand over who can claim the term “manuka honey”. The Manuka Honey Appellation Society, representing a group of New Zealand growers, was trying to stop Australian beekeepers from selling products using the word …

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Governor launches Sidr plantation initiative

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Shah Farman said on Monday that Sidr’s high potential of honey is a great blessing to this province. The large-scale barren lands in the southern districts are very suitable for the cultivation of Sidr and for this purpose all resources would be provided to the local …

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The YouTube channel follows the adventures of beekeeping students

Katie Culbert (Photo courtesy of Toms River Schools) TOMS RIVER – Katie Culbert has made a name for herself in recent years, dating back to her success at the science fair and her first place in the 2020 Army Education Outreach Program (AEOP) National Science Challenge for her bee project …

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The Socorro Rewind – El Defensor Chieftain

December 7, 1971 METHODIST ADVICE elects a new vice-president. George Baca, a prominent Methodist layman from Socorro has been elected vice-chair of the Western District Program Council of the Rio Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church. The Western District encompasses the State of New Mexico and West Texas. One …

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Georgia Veterans Face PTSD Through Beekeeping

Over the past few years, Doherty has taught beekeeping to over 65 Georgia veterans at his own pace. ATLANTA – Army veteran Tim Doherty uses his love of beekeeping to help others with PTSD and traumatic brain injury. Doherty founded Doc’s Healing Hives, a nonprofit that introduces veterans to beekeeping, …

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Prime Minister of Tasmania – Grants supporting the Tasmanian beekeeping industry

December 6, 2021 Guy Barnett, Minister of Primary Industries and Water The Tasmanian Liberal Government is supporting the Tasmanian beekeeping industry with the launch of a program to address the infrastructure needs of the beekeeping sector. Beehives in areas rich in leather trees and other floral resources will become more …

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KVIC launches project in Assam to prevent elephant-human conflict

Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) launched a project to reduce conflict between elephants and humans by using bees in Assam, nine months after its launch in Karnataka. As part of the RE-HAB (Reducing Elephant-Human Attacks using Bees) project, fences are created by installing bee nesting boxes on elephant passages …

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