Beekeeping

Spotlight on Farm Club: Community Care Through Food

Farm Club aims to give back to the local community and raise awareness of food inequalities. by Anne Rhee | 10/27/21 2:05 am Many members of the Dartmouth community are more familiar with the student-run Farm Club as the lead organizer of the annual Dartmouth Harfest – an annual tradition …

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Artist collaborates with bees in amazing honeycomb art

“Burr Comb and Twigs”, natural honeycomb, burr comb, Japanese paper, encaustic medium, twigs, seed beads, embroidery floss in Canadian maple frame, 17.5 x 17.5 inches. Toronto artist Ava Roth demonstrates the collaborative potential of bees in her incredible multimedia art. The ongoing series titled Honeycomb collection features a dynamic combination …

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The Fiji Times »Recovery grants to boost groups

Sixty women and young people from the province of Cakaudrove will be trained to improve their entrepreneurial skills by the Soqosoqo Vakamarama iTaukei Cakaudrove. Member Sereana Kubuabola revealed this when she received an economic stimulus grant of US $ 22,740 (FF 47,046) yesterday from the US Embassy in Fiji. She …

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The IC apiary hosts the Bee Fest for the Ithaca community

Loose Bee White Suits were presented to Ithaca College students and community members on October 10 as Ithaca College apiary open for visits to the Fall Bee Fest. Outside the apiary fence, visitors strolled through the pollinator garden playing nature bingo for honey sticks and made beehives from tin cans. …

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Kenya: Hear from indigenous peoples on conservation, says NGO leader

Indigenous and local communities should be given the opportunity to speak out about their social, economic and conservation issues, the head of a non-governmental organization said. World Wildlife Fund-Kenya CEO Mohammed Awer says conservation approaches designed in collaboration with communities and indigenous peoples can help mitigate negative social impacts while …

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