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Training plan for next generation of beekeepers
Lindsay Bourke from the Tasmanian Beekeepers Association says impending retirements are creating a dilemma for producers who are experiencing unprecedented demand for their honey.
Mon May 20, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Michigan fruit farmers fight to rebound from last year
Rodney Winkel, 66, of Watervliet checks frost damage on grape buds Thursday. 'Any little thing that goes wrong, you're out,' he explained.
Does sugar fast-track the ageing process?
Excess processed sugar in your diet, even in small amounts can cause dark circles, wrinkles, dehydrate skin and can fast track the ageing process.
Diabetes Self Management
Other Sweeteners to Consider: Agave and Coconut Palm Sugar
Get tips and insights from health-care professionals and people with diabetes, share your thoughts, and ask questions on our blog.
The Janesville Gazette
Edgerton Hospital plans honeybee apiary on its campus
It's a fashion choice certain to turn heads at his job at Edgerton Hospital. By June, Kindschi, the hospital's human resources director, could have hundreds of thousands of new personnel to take care of at the hospital.
Sun May 19, 2013
Honey Production, Fruit Picking Delayed By Late Spring
Now that the weather has finally warmed up, farmer's markets are back in business.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bees make their way from Georgia to homes throughout the area
Mark Bedillion, right, loads a box of bees into the truck of Paul Medenciy of Greene County during “Bee Pickup Day” at Bedillion Honey Farm in Hickory.
Dartford beekeeper Bill Mundy, 91, carried on producing honey as a Japanese POW
HONEY may just seem like something sweet to put on your cereal but one Dartford beekeeper knows how useful it can be in times of war.
Little Door Restaurant - LA, CA
It's 3pm on Friday. The clock is slowly ticking down at the office. As painful minutes go by, you're trying to impress your new item with a proposition of a good time.
Fri May 17, 2013
Saturday Things to do in Holland
There are many things to do in the Holland area on Saturday. You can start off with the Farmer's Market on 8 St.
Minn. Farmer Blames Pesticides For Big Bee Die Off
In 2005, Minnesota was the sixth largest honey producer in the nation. But since 2006, millions of bee colonies have died off in Minnesota and across the nation.
In The Tasting Room: Orange Blossom Pilsner... Squared
Every Friday, so long as the creek don't rise, this beer enthusiast will take a look at a Florida beer that, hopefully, should be readily available in a local shop or on tap at your favorite bar.
Thu May 16, 2013
Six exotic smoothie recipes from around the world
As we pass through spring and go into summer, health oriented foodies can focus on smoothie delights for refreshingly healthy beverages.
Manitoba beekeepers lose 70% of bees
Pierre Faure, a Manitoba beekeeper, stands next to his remaining beehives after losing millions of bees this year.
Huge attic bee hive falls through bathroom ceiling
Redditor Underdog106 found a huge beehive in his attic and called for a beekeeper to help him with it.
The Morning Call
Family Time: Beekeeping demo, Cole circus, Dave Fry concert
Learn about bees and bee-keeping Saturday with 'Sweet as Honey,' the Back to Your Roots program at Burnside Plantation.
NPR Has Bees on Its Roof, but Isn't in It for the Honey
Jeff Miller rolls up in his BMW convertible to the gleaming new headquarters of NPR one wet, gusty Monday morning.
Portlanders add bee crisis to areas honey-do list
You've heard of eco-roofs and rooftop gardens, but the latest twist to hit Portland comes with a sweeter payout: rooftop honeybee hives.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Austin Chronicle
Honey, I'm Home
When Austin's first streets were laid out in 1839, one of the blocks just north of the Colorado River was bounded east and west by Lavaca and Guadalupe Streets, north and south by Cypress and Live Oak .
Mt. Airy News
Smart graduates and being outsmarted by honeybees
It is no secret in the newsroom that I am a bee geek . One of a series of unofficial awards festooning my cubelet is a sign bearing the title "bee whisperer." And if nothing else, all the media coverage of Honeybee Colony Collapse Disorder has enough people interested to question me on a regular basis.