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The Bee Informed Partnership (BIP) recently published preliminary data from its annual review of bee colony declines in the U.S., and the findings from this report are mind-boggling. According to the latest survey results, an astounding 31.3 percent,
May 11, 2013 There comes a point in a date where we start talking about the things we love and we can't stop going on and on about them...Her date, Davin, 27, wanted to talk about his bees and beekeeping. So when they met for dinner at the Midtown
Charles Vorisek, president of the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association, said the state's beekeepers probably have lost more than half of their colonies over the winter, and that could affect fruit and vegetable crop production. "We don't have
The cold winter hasn't just upset retailers trying to sell spring clothes. The freezing temperatures have also led to shrinking honeybee populations in the U.S., according to George Hansen, president of the American Beekeeping Federation...We're
We grow loads of Lavender in our garden just for the bees and they love it.
With the widespread popularity of backyard beekeeping, hives are popping up on Bay Area roofs and in backyards at a fast clip. All good for helping the beleaguered honeybee, but not always so good for keeping peace with neighbors worried about stings.
Comvita, which makes products based on the virtues of Manuka honey, has ramped up its supply buying Whanganui-based Kiwi Honey for an undisclosed sum. The Te Puke-based company will add 3,500 beehives to its supply base after buying the apiary, it
North America (ACI-NA) in the Outreach, Education and Community Involvement Award Category. OHare installed the nations first on-airport beehive farm in 2011 on land that was previously undeveloped. The apiary program advances people, planet and
After several months of using a light lure to trap our Chronicle bees at night, researchers at San Francisco State University have found zombie bees in our hives...State lab proved to be infested with Apocephalus borealis, a small parasitic fly that
After hearing from several neighborhood beekeepers who voiced concerns about the city's draft ordinance being too restrictive, council members voted unanimously to table it for further input and revision. Longtime West Jordan resident Mark Borovatz,