Xoven Agricultor http://xovenagricultor.org/ Tue, 10 May 2022 17:05:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://xovenagricultor.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Xoven Agricultor http://xovenagricultor.org/ 32 32 GreenLight’s bee-saving RNA solution named World Changing Ideas Award finalist https://xovenagricultor.org/greenlights-bee-saving-rna-solution-named-world-changing-ideas-award-finalist/ Tue, 10 May 2022 17:05:02 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/greenlights-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% of US hives and what beekeepers call the biggest threat to bee colonies today. In field trials, the solution reduces mite levels with high efficacy compared to a leading chemical pest control.

“GreenLight’s technology, we’re testing it now, and we’ve seen it work,” said Barry Hart, owner of Hart Honey Farms in Georgia. A beekeeper since 1985, Hart said Varroa mites have wiped out many of his hives.

GreenLight’s varroa mite product candidate is currently undergo testing in multiple states and is expected to be submitted for EPA approval in 2022.

About 3 million commercial bee colonies in the United States help pollinate more than 100 crops per year, worth an estimated $15 billion. The Varroa mite breeds in the same hive cells as larvae of pregnant bees, grows to parasitize bees and in doing so spreads disease, destroying colonies across the world.

A limited number of chemical treatments are the current weapons in the fight against the Varroa mite. However, traditional treatments come with side effects that can include bee death. Varroa mites have also developed resistance to several existing traditional chemical pesticides, which also require farmers to wear special protective gear and goggles to apply. GreenLight’s patented RNA technology only requires gloves.

“Crops pollinated by bees account for about one-third of the food Americans eat, so declining bee populations could have major consequences for the food supply,” said Andrey Zarur, CEO of GreenLight Biosciences. . “Our mission is to protect the species safely and effectively, and we are delighted with Fast Company’s recognition of our achievements.”

GreenLight and other Fast Company nominees and winners can be found here.

About GreenLight Biosciences
GreenLight Biosciences aims to solve some of the world’s biggest problems by harnessing the full potential of RNA for human health and agriculture. Our RNA platform enables us to research, design and manufacture for human, animal and plant health. In human health, this includes messenger RNA vaccines and therapeutics. In agriculture, this includes RNA to protect bees and a range of crops. The company’s platform is protected by numerous patents. GreenLight’s human health product candidates are in the preclinical stage, and its agricultural market product candidates are in the early stages of development or regulatory review. GreenLight is a utility company that trades under the symbol GRNA on the Nasdaq. For more information visit https://www.greenlightbiosciences.com/

Contact:
Thomas Crampton
SVP and Head of Corporate Affairs
GreenLight Biosciences
tcrampton@greenlightbio.com
+44 7826 995794
+1-914-202-2762

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Madonna to Release Remix Album Featuring Avicii, Honey Dijon and More – News https://xovenagricultor.org/madonna-to-release-remix-album-featuring-avicii-honey-dijon-and-more-news/ Tue, 10 May 2022 10:11:56 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/madonna-to-release-remix-album-featuring-avicii-honey-dijon-and-more-news/

Madonna will release a compilation of her classic tracks remixed by artists like Avicii and Honey Dijon.

The compilation named ‘Finally Enough Love’ is to celebrate being the only artist to ever reach 50 number one hits on the Billboard graphics.

Artists such as Avicii, Above & Beyond, Eddie Amador, Axwell, Benny Benassi and Honey Dijon have their remixes featured.

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Avicii’s version of “Girls Gone Wild” sits alongside other hits such as “Vogue,” “Like a Prayer” and “Hung Up.”

Each remix was selected by Madonna herself and comes as a 16-track edition and a 50-track deluxe edition.

This will be Madonna’s first project with Warner Music Group after last year’s deal to see more Madonna albums.

Read this next: Mike Posner reveals why he ‘took a pill in Ibiza’

The 16-track album will be released on streaming services on June 24 and August 19, both editions will be available for digital download as well as vinyl and CD. Pre-order ‘Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones’ here.

Watch Madonna perform alongside Avicii at the Ultra Music Festival in 2012 below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s digital intern, follow her on Twitter

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NH Forecast Video: Warming Trend This Week https://xovenagricultor.org/nh-forecast-video-warming-trend-this-week/ Mon, 09 May 2022 22:52:00 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/nh-forecast-video-warming-trend-this-week/ After a mild Monday away from the coast, the warming trend continues all week, with temperatures above 80 in places before the end of the week. Tonight will be clear with gradually decreasing winds. Temperatures will drop into the mid-30s in many places in North and West Manchester. Frost is likely in many places in the morning. A sunny and balmy Tuesday follows, with cool conditions remaining along the coast. Even a little warmer on Wednesday (except cool along the coast) with lots of sunshine. coast from Thursday to Saturday with more sun! The next chance for sporadic showers will come on Sunday afternoon, but temperatures will remain well above normal. Keep in mind that with prolonged dry weather, fire danger will be high this week, as well as pollen counts.

After a mild Monday away from the coast, the warming trend continues all week, with temperatures above 80 in places before the end of the week.

Tonight will be clear with winds gradually easing. Temperatures will drop into the mid-30s in many places in North and West Manchester. Frost is likely in many places in the morning.

A sunny and balmy Tuesday follows, with cool conditions remaining along the coast.

Even a little warmer on Wednesday (except cool along the coast) with lots of sunshine.

A summer feeling takes hold of the coast from Thursday to Saturday with more sunshine!

The next chance for sporadic showers will come on Sunday afternoon, but temperatures will remain well above normal.

Keep in mind that with prolonged dry weather, fire danger will be high this week, as well as pollen counts.

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Khadi & Village Industries products will be available in 107 paramilitary canteens: Amit Shah https://xovenagricultor.org/khadi-village-industries-products-will-be-available-in-107-paramilitary-canteens-amit-shah/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:44:24 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/khadi-village-industries-products-will-be-available-in-107-paramilitary-canteens-amit-shah/

Guwahati, May 9 (IANS): Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Monday that as part of the promotion of Khadi and village industries, products from these industries would be made available in 107 paramilitary canteens. Noting that he is very happy that personnel of the paramilitary forces will soon get these products in all canteens, Shah said that the Khadi Village Industries Board is not only working for rural development but also providing jobs for unemployed people.

Addressing a rally in Tamulpur, western Assam, he said the solution to the unemployment problem lay in the activities of the Khadi Village Industries Board. “I am happy that after Narendra Modi became Prime Minister, the turnover of Khadi Village Industries Board increased by about 250% and its total turnover exceeded Rs one lakh crore. If the KVIB generates a turnover of Rs one lakh crore, then crores of people will get jobs,” he pointed out.

The minister said that Bodoland and Assam are very suitable areas for the Honey Mission. “With this in mind, KVIB should try to increase the income of farmers in Bodo by connecting them to the Honey Mission. Bodoland is very suitable in many areas, including the honey mission, making agarbatti , agro-based processing units, paper industry, shoe design, wood and furniture,” he added.

Shah said if the KVIB takes Bodoland on a mission, then the Bodo youths, who have been troubled by bloodshed for a long time, will get jobs.

He said that Khadi is a mantra to fulfill the Swadeshi mantra given by Gandhi ji and the dreams of a self-reliant India of Shri Narendra Modi.

Shah arrived in Guwahati late Sunday evening and will attend at least eight different events on Monday and Tuesday.

Accompanied by BSF officials, he previously reviewed the situation along the Assam-Bangladesh border in the Mankachar area of ​​western Assam and held talks with senior officials from the BSF.

He also interacted with the villagers, who had gathered in large numbers in the area.

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Prince Edward Island beekeepers remain optimistic about massive bee mortality across the country https://xovenagricultor.org/prince-edward-island-beekeepers-remain-optimistic-about-massive-bee-mortality-across-the-country/ Sun, 08 May 2022 21:08:04 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/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 their usual schedule, according to PEI Beekeepers Association President Troy Fraser.

“Mother Nature dictates everything,” Fraser said. “We’re just waiting for the dandelions to appear and that way the bees can start foraging more actively and the queen can start laying eggs and things can really get started.”

While most beekeepers expect to lose some of their bees during the colder months of the year, 2022 has turned out to be particularly bad.

Beekeepers in other parts of Canada, particularly in the West, have reported massive bee population losses, with some saying the industry is set to lose hundreds of millions of dollars this year due to of a huge drop in the bee population.

Fraser said beekeepers on Prince Edward Island also suffered some of those losses.

“The current bee loss situation has affected everyone to some degree, myself a bit more than others,” he said.

“However, that’s…something that happens with beekeeping. You have to bounce back.”

There have been significant deaths across the country. (Submitted by Ramin Abdollahi)

Fraser wouldn’t say how many bees he lost, but beekeepers in other parts of Canada told CBC News they’ve lost up to 90% of their hives this winter.

“It will get better”

But, despite the losses, Fraser is looking to expand and has recently acquired more than 100 settlements in Nova Scotia.

Other beekeepers say they are even more optimistic.

Canoe Cove Honey beekeeper Mickael Jauneau said his company was “pretty lucky” not to have lost many hives this winter.

“It’s kind of like an average year for us,” he said. “Spring was very cold. But it looks like it’s going to get better and better. So we’re crossing our fingers for a good season.”

Jauneau said beekeepers now have to make an effort to finish their work due to the cold spring weather.

“Today the weather is really nice and warm and the bees must be flying like crazy, but [things are] a week or two behind last year. So it’s usually easier when it’s warmer earlier.”

“It’s just the nature of it”

Todd Dyment recently completed an online beekeeping course and said he could turn his interest into “a bit of a business” once he has his bees in July.

He said hearing about all the mass deaths gave him pause as a rookie, but he said this sort of thing was normal in the profession.

“When we were doing the course, one of the sessions was about diseases and pests you have to try to manage, and that was quite daunting,” he said.

“There are a lot of things to watch out for when you keep bees. But I’m always excited.”

Meanwhile, awareness campaigns about the plight of bees have begun to roll out in some communities on the island. Last week, Stratford handed out lawn signs encouraging people to feed bees by planting gardens.

“It’s good to know that people are out there supporting this effort and putting up signs in their yards,” Fraser said.

“Maybe that’s a good excuse not to mow the lawn in May and… sit back and just enjoy the grass and whatever else comes up with us.”

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Tasman Tanning Premier’s two longest active streaks ended on Friday night under the bright lights of Dallison Park as Settler’s Honey Ngamatapouri won the South Taranaki derby for the first time.

The annual Duck Shooting Night match, which Waverley Harvesting Border have won for nine consecutive seasons since 2013, went the visitors way, 14-0 against a badly depleted home side.

It was also Border’s first defeat in a competitive game at Waverley in 16 matches, dating back to the first round of 2020 when a similarly understaffed side lost to Wanganui Car Center Kaierau.

Due to injury, suspension and unavailability, Border Friday was missing Craig Clare, Lindsay Horrocks, Semi Vodosese, Andy Hamilton, Anaru Haerewa, Nick Harding and Toby Lennox, along with even coach Cole Baldwin waiting for a possible return. The bench.

Ngamatapouri, meanwhile, had strengthened even in the side that barely lost to Byfords Readimix Taihape, with midfielder Kameli Kuruyabaki completing his move from rugby club MRU to join a six-man backline who have a Heartland Championship experience.

But despite all that firepower, the game went scoreless in the first half as Ngamatapouri only looked to kick once in the busy general play and at the place tapped penalties and even ran from his own try line, looking to break through.

Border, meanwhile, lived on the stronger technique of their scrums – earning tight headers and their own flow, but without their baseline generals they struggled to put together coordinated attacks and dropped the ball with the line in sight.

The home side even took to the scrum for their penalty options, after top-five youngster Tyrone Albert made a three-point attempt and missed.

As depth perception drops by 30% at night, Ngamatapouri also did some key fumbling as he looked to offload.

The theme continued into the second half although now Ngamatapouri was starting to break tackles to get a roll-on, and finally in the 55th minute, after a strong charge from No.8 Bryn Hudson was stopped just before, the gap opened up on the ruck for impressive fullback Peceli Malanicagi to rush and run under the posts.

Top five Brook Tremayne set the extras, and after defending a surge of boundaries in their own half, where again the home side lost the ball at crucial moments, Ngamatapouri got a big boost during from his breakthrough of the defensive line, when despite losing possession, the forwards were able to turn the home side’s scrum to get a change of possession from them for a change.

From a set piece, the ball was swept aside and Kuruyabaki crossed half a gap and put winger Josaia Bogileka intact in the corner, with Tremayne raising the flags from the touchline.

The best for the home side was midfielder Alekesio Vakarorogo, who made plenty of cover tackles and was his team’s remaining striking weapon, as well as loose young striker Tobias Stark, son of the club legend Ray, who stepped in to help skipper Angus Middleton pressure Ngamatapouri’s ruck. ball and force turnovers.

It won’t get any easier for Border as they head across the watershed this Saturday to meet rivals Taihape.

In senior, the Country Division continues to be the “murderer row”, as in the Pā, Harvey Round Motors Ratana picked up defending champion Kelso Hunterville, holding 29-24 in the final rematch of 2021.

Stihl Shop Wanganui Challenge Shield holder JJ Walters Marton tops the standings after a strong comeback to his park – going from 16 points to a 27-24 win over McCarthy Transport Ruapehu.

With two games to play before the Championship/Consolation split, Bennett’s Taihape stayed in touch with the top 3 after a 34-12 victory over Utiku Old Boys in the Memorial Park derby.

The Town Division sees Gemini Pepper Construction Kaierau remain unbeaten after a 43-29 victory over Marist Buffalos in a fluid game at the Country Club.

Ali Arc Logistics-DNA Kennels Marist Celtic bounced back from their loss to Kaierau to retain their place in the top three, thanks to a 61-0 hammering from Border under the lights on Friday at Dallison Park.

The Black Bull Liquor Pirates pulled away from McCrea Scanning Counties in the second half to win 33-20 at McNab Domain.

Results, May 7

Tasman Tanning Premier, Week 3

Colons Honey Ngamatapouri 14 (Peceli Malanicagi, Josaia Bogileka tries; Brook Tremayne 2 con) bt Waverley Harvesting Border 0. HT: 0-0.

Dave Hoskin Carriers Marist 41 (Paiki Ponga, James Robertson, Ben O’Leary, Rangi Kui, Marc Ouellet try; Kui 4 pen, 2 con) bt Wanganui Car Center Kaierau 10 (Ethan Robinson try, pen, con). ME: 11-10.

Goodbye: Readimix Taihape from Byford.

Seniors, Week 3

City

At Kaierau Country Club: Gemini Pepper Construction Kaierau bt Marist Buffalos 43-29. HT: 19-12.

At Dallison Park: Ali Arc Logistics-DNA Kennels Marist Celtic bt Border 61-0. ME: 17-0.

At McNab Estate: Black Bull Liquor Pirates bt McCrea Scanning Counties 33-20. ME: 14-13.

Country

At Ratana Pa: Harvey Round Motors Ratana vs. Kelso Hunterville 29-24. ME: 17-7 Ratana.

At Marton Park (Stihl Shop Wanganui Challenge Shield): JJ Walters Marton bt McCarthy Transport Ruapehu 27-24. ME: 24-8 Ruapehu.

At Memorial Park: Bennett’s Taihape bt Utiku OB 34-12. ME: 22-7

Around the field

METRO: St Johns Whanganui Metro Women didn’t have to wait long for their second victory in the MRU competition after hammering Ashhurst Pohangina RFC 102-0 at Spriggens Park on Saturday. Seeking to qualify for the semi-finals for the first time, the team will be tested when they host Old Boys Marist this Saturday. The St Johns Whanganui Colts were goodbye and resume their campaign at Bush SC.

MCKENZIE: Former WRFU development manager Lesley McKenzie coached Japan’s Sakura XV to a 28-14 win over Fijiana on the Gold Coast last week. The Fiji squad was made up of the players who recently went unbeaten in the Super W competition.

HEARTLAND: The second fitness session for potential Steelform Whanganui team members will take place at 6 p.m. Monday night at Kaierau Country Club. A team from Whanganui will be chosen to face Wairarapa-Bush on the Queen’s birthday on Monday June 6.

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Local nonprofits hold event to spread word about pollen spread https://xovenagricultor.org/local-nonprofits-hold-event-to-spread-word-about-pollen-spread/ Sun, 08 May 2022 08:06:00 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/local-nonprofits-hold-event-to-spread-word-about-pollen-spread/ Two local nonprofits have teamed up to create a fun and educational day out for families in Falmouth. The sixth annual Pollinator Parade brought families together to celebrate creatures like bees, butterflies, ladybugs, hummingbirds and bats. Families were invited by Birth Roots to dress up as their favorite pollinators and experience Maine Audobon’s Gilsland Farm Preserve. Birth Roots Founder Leah Deragon says this event is most important for toddlers and preschoolers, “so that from earliest memories, the idea of ​​taking action on behalf of meaningful things that care about can be fun and include a picnic and a parade”. missed the sold-out event, you can still visit the Gilsland Farm Education Center, which is open daily. The Gilsland Farm Nature Store is also open, with sales benefiting Audobon’s conservation and environmental education mission.

Two local nonprofits have teamed up to create a fun and educational day out for families in Falmouth.

The sixth annual Pollinator Parade brought families together to celebrate creatures like bees, butterflies, ladybugs, hummingbirds and bats.

Families were invited by Birth Roots to dress up as their favorite pollinators and experience Maine Audobon’s Gilsland Farm Preserve.

Birth Roots Founder Leah Deragon says this event is most important for toddlers and preschoolers, “so that from earliest memories, the idea of ​​taking action on behalf of meaningful things that care about can be fun and include a picnic and a parade”.

If you missed the sold-out event, you can still visit the Gilsland Farm Education Center, which is open daily.

The Gilsland Farm Nature Store is also open, with sales benefiting Audobon’s conservation and environmental education mission.

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Mickey Gilley, country music star whose club inspired ‘Urban Cowboy’, dies at 86 https://xovenagricultor.org/mickey-gilley-country-music-star-whose-club-inspired-urban-cowboy-dies-at-86/ Sun, 08 May 2022 01:47:50 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/mickey-gilley-country-music-star-whose-club-inspired-urban-cowboy-dies-at-86/

Mickey Leroy Gilley was born to Irene (Lewis) and Arthur Gilley on March 9, 1936 in Natchez, Mississippi. Raised in Ferriday, Louisiana, he grew up singing gospel harmonies with his cousins ​​Mr. Swaggart and Mr. Lewis, and sneaking into local juke joints with them to listen to blues and honky-tonk music.

Mr Gilley’s mother bought him a piano when he was 10, shortly before he fell under the boogie-woogie inspired tutelage of his cousin Jerry. Mr. Gilley would not start playing professionally, however, until he was in his twenties, several years after moving to Houston to work in the construction industry.

He released his first single, “Ooh Wee Baby”, in 1957, only to wait 55 years before it found an audience: it was featured in a TV commercial for Yoplait yogurt in 2012. His first recording to hit the charts , “Is It Wrong (For Loving You)”, in 1959, featured future star Kenny Rogers on bass guitar.

Moving to Pasadena in the early 1960s, Mr. Gilley began performing regularly at the Nesadel Club, a brutal honky-tonk owned by his future business partner, Mr. Cryer. His recording career, however, did not gain momentum until 1974, when Hugh Hefner’s Playboy label reissued his version of “Room Full of Roses”, which had been a No. 2 pop hit in 1949 for singer Sammy Kaye. Mr. Gilley’s iteration became a No. 1 country single.

Mr. Gilley then enjoyed a decade at or near the top of the country charts. At the height of the Urban Cowboy boom, he had six straight No. 1 hits.

As the movement Gilley had spawned gave way to the back-to-basics neo-traditionalism of mid-’80s country music, Mr. Gilley increasingly turned his attention to his nightclub, where a protracted conflict with Mr. Cryer, who died in 2009, had previously pushed the men to dissolve their partnership. Mr. Gilley closed the honky-tonk in 1989, a year before a fire destroyed much of the building.

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Loveland beekeepers offer swarm removal services – Loveland Reporter-Herald https://xovenagricultor.org/loveland-beekeepers-offer-swarm-removal-services-loveland-reporter-herald/ Sat, 07 May 2022 01:42:34 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/loveland-beekeepers-offer-swarm-removal-services-loveland-reporter-herald/

In the spring, a young man’s fantasy may turn slightly to thoughts of love, but for young bees it turns to thoughts of finding a new place to live. This can lead to swarming behavior, which can be alarming, but that’s no reason to panic, according to local beekeeper Rose Schlosser.

“I think a lot of people are afraid of flying things,” she said. “But bees are not one of the bad guys. They are generally quite docile. They’re just doing their thing, not trying to hurt anyone.

Bees fly around their hive Friday, May 6, 2022 in the downtown backyard of Rose Schlosser in Loveland. (Jenny Sparks/Loveland Reporter-Herald)

Honey bee swarms peak in Loveland during the months of April, May and June, she said, when established hives are developing.

“They want to procreate like everyone else,” Schlosser explained. “They’re just trying to make more bees. So they need more space, that’s usually what it boils down to. Half of them leave and the other half stay.

When searching for new digs, bees tend to prefer enclosed spaces that are protected from the elements. It could be a hollow log or tree, or a small hole in the siding of your house.

“That’s when you hear about a beehive inside your walls,” Schlosser said.

If you notice swarming behavior in your yard or near your house, Schlosser said it’s best to keep your distance. Although docile, the insects will defend themselves from intruders with a sting.

Instead, help is available from volunteers from the Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association, who will come and capture the swarm for free.

LOVELAND, CO - MAY 6, 2022: Rose Schlosser holds up part of one of her beehives as bees work Friday, May 6, 2022, in her backyard in downtown Loveland.  (Jenny Sparks/Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Rose Schlosser holds up part of one of her hives as the bees work Friday, May 6, 2022, in her backyard in downtown Loveland. (Jenny Sparks/Loveland Reporter-Herald)

“It’s very fast,” Schlosser said. “If someone calls the swarm hotline, there are calls to all the volunteers, and the first person who says, ‘I can drive there right now,’ they go. So these are people who have experience with bees and who have experience in catching swarms. They know what to do, what not to do and how to do it safely.

The volunteers will take the bees to a new hive managed by a beekeeper. Many times it’s actually a healthier environment than a wild hive, Schlosser said.

“There are diseases, and mites are a pretty big problem with bee populations and if left unmanaged, that’s often what can wipe out a hive… Even if it’s not in a residential area, it is better to have them with a beekeeper and make sure that they receive food at the right time, and that they will not starve during the winter.

Schlosser started beekeeping three years ago because she “wanted to help pollinators.” She has since started three hives in the backyard of her downtown home and produced at least 11 gallons of honey.

She urged anyone else interested in the plight of these insects to contact the NCBA for lessons and demonstrations.

“It’s little fuzzy things, going about their business and making the world a better place,” she said. “If you just let them live their little lives, they’ll reward us with pollinator food and flowers and all that.”

To reach the NCBA Swarm Hotline, call 970-658-4949.

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Futurepop and the California Honey Festival https://xovenagricultor.org/futurepop-and-the-california-honey-festival/ Fri, 06 May 2022 16:15:57 +0000 https://xovenagricultor.org/futurepop-and-the-california-honey-festival/

Mooyah Burgers, Fries & ShakesDo you like juicy and tasty burgers? Jordan Segundo is in Sacramento at the new Mooyah Burgers. Check out the delicious burgers they have for you!

‘Big Day Of Giving’ Raises $13.4 Million For Sacramento Area NonprofitsMore than 30,000 donors participated in the “Big Day of Giving”.

Carters Pet HammerWe are in Stockton at Carters Pet Mart. See what awesome pets they have for you!

Freedy Johnston’s new albumCody talks to artist Freedy Johnston and he gives us a sneak peek at his new album!

Trivia ToastCheck Out Today’s Trivia Toast

Tasting room L’Apero les TroisDo you like wine? Julissa Ortiz who LOVES wine (almost too much) is in Winter at the new Tasting Room L’Apero les Trois. See what awesome wines they have for you!

Cleanup of Rock the Block in Oak ParkLori Wallace is in Oak Park to help Rock the Block clean up Oak Park. Find out what they’re doing to make Oak Park a better place.

Tunes with a Twist – 5/6Jordan’s LIVE with a mashup for today’s Tunes With A Twist! Can you guess the four songs?

Exhibition of custom art and collectiblesCalling all toy collectors and creators! A new kind of art exhibition is taking place this weekend in Sacramento! Jordan Segundo is with Michael from Sauce Drops, finding out where you can get your hands on some amazing pieces!

Futurepop and the California Honey FestivalAshley Williams is in Woodland to give us a sneak peek at the California Honey Festival and their special attraction: Futurpop! Check out this spectacular band as they sing a song for us!

Futurepop at the Woodland Honey Festival!Play along to well-known hits performed by this popular kids band! Ashley Williams is in Woodland with Futurepop, meet the band!

Sip and shop at Berryessa Gap Winery!Celebrate Mom all weekend with a fun event at Berryessa Gap Winery! Julissa Ortiz is in Winters checking out Mother’s Day Sip and Shop!

Flower designs for babiesMeet your flower needs with a local specialist who knows how to pick the most beautiful flowers! Yesi Moreno with Flower Baby Designs makes us an arrangement while talking to Cody!

Lip and hand care with The Cosmetic ChemistTreat yourself to a hand and lip care kit filled with healthy, vegan ingredients! Our “cosmetic chemist,” Ginger King, joins Courtney with more!

1 Dead, 2 Wounded After Modesto ShootingDetails here: https://cbsloc.al/3vPmN7X A man has died and two other people were injured after their car was shot down in Modesto late Thursday night.

Laguna Creek Band and Color GuardLori Wallace is in Elk Grove with the Laguna Creek Band and Color Guard, learning about their upcoming gig, fundraisers, and the awards they’ve racked up this school year!

54-year-old fitness wonderJordan Segundo is with a 54-year-old fitness wonder and you can help him earn his magazine spot! Look how!

Strawberry seasonAshley Williams is in Winters to show us it’s strawberry season and the health benefits of strawberries.

DJOTDCheck out today’s DJOTD.

Abandoned restaurant catches fire in Citrus HeightsCrews say they responded to a fire at the same location about a year ago.

Craft Summer Camp by SewcialJulissa Ortiz is in Sacramento at Sewcial and they’re bringing us summer craft camps! See how you can involve your children!

TwoPoint4 Dance TheaterOur fabulous Lori Wallace is at the TwoPoint4 Dance Theater and Dance is back! Find out how this sub-immersive dance is back after the pandemic and how you can get involved.

Johnnie’s Jams with director Jonathan MerisEven though it’s Cinco De Mayo, director Jonathan Meris decided to go with 90s music. Do you know those 90s JAMS??

Cinco De Mayo at Polanco CantinaLooking for a place to enjoy comida y cervezas para Cinco De Mayo? Julissa Ortiz has the place for you! She’s at Polanco Cantina where they have the best Mexican dishes for you!

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