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  1. Honey bees use multiple genetic pathways to fight infectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Honey bees use different sets of genes, regulated by two distinct mechanisms, to fight off viruses, bacteria and gut parasites, according to researchers. The findings may help scientists develop honey bee treatments that are tailored to specific types of infections.


  2. See how 50,000 bees made it through Michigan's winterRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | MLive.com

    I have my own honey bee hive, and last winter 2013-2014 my bee hive died. It's thought that the rough winter killed my bee hive.


  3. a Bee Awarea team exhibi...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Jefferson Post Online Edition

    ... got to tour the White House's pollinator garden and speak with the chief gardener and the head pastry chef, who uses honey produced in the garden's hive in meals and as gifts. Team coach Jenny Fitzpatrick said the kids learned that the single White ...


  4. Hello, honey: Invite bees for a lush gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Cape Cod Times

    ... said Rusty Burlew, a beekeeper living in western Washington and founder of HoneyBeeSuite.com, which is dedicated to honey bees, beekeeping, wild bees, other pollinators and pollination ecology. “In the act of collecting these materials, they ...


  5. Easter eggs: Best chocolate gifts for all the family from the Cash QueensRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    ... factor: 8/10 Cute beehive effect egg shell with crunchy honeycomb bits and yummie milk and dark chocolates with tasty honey and caramel filling. Eggs factor: 9/10 Interesting greeny white coloured egg that is good quality white chocolate. But shame ...


  6. The Wonders, reviewed: The name says it allRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Canada.com

    ... impinging in other ways. The bees are dying - a new fertilizer may be to blame - and one of the girls is injured by a honey centrifuge. Hospital officials are aghast at what they perceive as child labour. I wish I could spoil the ending. I wouldn't ...


  7. PDN Photo of the Day: Print Sale Supports Liberian BeekeepersRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Photo District News

    A group of 20 photographers, led by Andrew Querner and Nich McElroy, are selling prints to raise money for a unique program that trains beekeepers in Liberia. Dubbed the Liberia Pure Honey Project , the fundraising effort benefits Vancouver, Canada-based non-governmental organization Universal Outreach Foundation .


  8. KPU creates buzz with new beekeeping programRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Now Newspaper

    ... operations or establish and grow their own diversified cottage beekeeping business that could include pollination, honey and apitherapy," said Pelton. According to numbers provided by KPU, the ideal ratio of hives per acre of crops is three-to-one. ...


  9. Scottish Honey and Beeswax Consortium secures A 10,000 fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    ... are sharing 30,000 of funding as part of the collaboration prize from Co-operative Development Scotland. The Scottish Honey and Beeswax Consortium, which has its headquarters in Kilsyth and has already helped hundreds of people experience ...


  10. Wine review: A surprising dessert wine from Arbor Hill GraperyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Post-Standard

    ... the southwestern end of Canandaigua Lake. Consisting of the Traminette varietal the nose may remind you of buckwheat honey and apricots. The taste is reminiscent of citrus notes such as ripe grapefruit. >> Have wine questions for Wineforecaster.com? ...


  11. What's the buzz?Read the original story

    Yesterday | ELCA.org

    Honey has a shelf life of infinity - it has been found in catacombs and pyramids. Tom Knoll likes to talk about the day First Trinity Church , Washington, D.C., went from 150 members to 15,150 and this "Lutheran megachurch" became all the buzz.


  12. Honey bees used in farming hurt B.C.'s wild pollinatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Canada.com

    A new study is suggesting commercial hives should be kept away from natural areas frequented by native B.C. bees to minmize damaging competition from the European breed used for commercial crop pollination. Habitat loss and competition from honey bees used in large-scale agriculture are harming wild pollinators, according to a report to Metro Vancouver.


  13. For honey-based wellness products, Gresham's a good place to bee - Wednesday, 25 March 2015 13:13Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | South County Spotlight

    ... an excess of the profession's primary yield. 'We went from two hives to seven hives,' Matt explains. 'We had all this honey. So we thought, 'What can we do with it?'' What they're doing with their honey now is selling it, some in its original form, ...


  14. DIY: Bee an Urban BeekeeperRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | 24 Hours

    ... a constant supply of food thanks to gardens, green spaces and pollinating corridors - especially in Vancouver. Urban honey is as diverse and complex as a fine wine because city bees have so many different sources of food, said Common. Every ...


  15. Neonics factor in bee die-offsRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Chronicle-Journal

    They are Mother Nature's sweetest and busiest insect. Honey bees and other insects are responsible for pollinating roughly 13 per cent of all agricultural crops in Ontario, and bees themselves are responsible for producing more than $26 million annually in honey production.


  16. 9 Basic food products that aren't what they claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | She Knows

    ... syrups have been to a tree is the picture on the label of the plastic bottle they come in. Unsurprisingly, honey suffers a similar fate as maple syrup - the good stuff being replaced by artificial sweeteners, additives and preservatives. After the ...


  17. Top 10 Most Intelligent AnimalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | How Stuff Works

    ... hives in different ways, and engineer the very complex honeycomb structures that are the most efficient possible for honey storage." Do not let their squishy tentacles fool you. Octopuses are extremely intelligent, according to Lieff, who explained ...


  18. Mountain Shadows Restaurant, Duca's Neapolitan Pizza, Wobbly OliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Colorado Springs Independent

    ... ($9.99) has been a tradition as long as she can remember. She batters cigar-sized cod fingers in Bristol's Beehive Honey Wheat, frying them dark to a nice exterior crunch with a dense breading that gives them fortitude and no mushy quality. ...


  19. New research in UMF Honey Association's Grading SystemRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Scoop

    Global demand for Manuka Honey is growing and so is the consumer demand of assurances of quality and purity when contemplating purchasing New Zealand Manuka honey. "The UMF Honey Association's Grading System allows the consumer to know if they are buying genuine Manuka Honey," says Margaret Bennett, SummerGlow Apiaries' co-owner.


  20. Freeland blueberry farm expects 20,000 pounds from 2015 harvestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | South Whidbey Record

    ... shed which will include a commercial kitchen. The kitchen may be used to make chocolate-dipped berries, and to produce honey, both of which will be sold to local establishments. Due to the business' rapid growth, Fletcher and Petry noted that there ...