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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- First birds, now bees. On the heels of a new backyard chicken law, Common Council member Tim Scott, D-District 2, has introduced an ordinance amending the city code as it relates to beekeeping. The ordinance, which has been referred to...
READER SUBMITTED: Documentary Film Screening And Discussion:"The Queen Of The Sun: What Are The Bees Telling Us?"EnfieldVisit the Enfield Public Library on Wednesday, May 22 at 7 p.m. for, "The Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?" a documentary film screening and discussion presented by the Enfield Garden Club, sponsored by The Friends of the Enfield Library,...
Tags: Libraries, Arts and Culture
Our Town CorrespondentAs a beekeeper, 70-year-old Ted Kaminski of Hastings thrives on observing and learning about the behavior of honeybees. “I think it’s the adventure of housing a wild creature, taking care of them, the biology of the honeybee and how...
Many reasons — scientific, philosophical, practical and otherwise — draw people each spring to the Carroll County Beekeepers Association's annual Beekeeping Basics class, part of Carroll Community College's Continuing Education Series....
Los Angeles TimesRoxana Jullapat, the pastry chef at Cooks County restaurant in West Hollywood, drizzles a spoonful of amber honey over a piece of honey-fig-walnut cake with roasted figs and burnt-honey ice cream. The honey she uses for the dessert, according to her menu,...
The fields of lavender at Lavender Hill Farms began as food for honeybees. Linda Longworth and her husband, Roy, were looking to keep farmland along Horton Bay Road near Boyne City intact, and to support Linda's hobby of beekeeping. She had also...
Tags: Farms, Science and Technology, Fine Artists, Artists, Shortbread
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- Rob McFarland was in his florally vivacious backyard, tending his vegetable plot, when he noticed some honeybees buzzing around a tree. A few minutes later some bees had become tens of thousands. "The sky was sort of darkened out," he...
After spying a small praying mantis perched on a slightly spent bee-balm plant, Leslie Englehart tried twice to cup it in her hand, but the slender green insect bounded artfully, and frustratingly, out of view. "Ross, can you get it?" she asked her...
Tags: Mount Airy, Howard County
Two-hundred seventy-three million, one-hundred fifty thousand. That, give or take a few million, is the number of legally registered honeybees in the state of Connecticut. And it may not be enough, although new beekeeping enthusiasts like Fairfield's...
PIERRE - A new online mapping tool is available for agricultural producers in South Dakota who grow crops and livestock that are particularly sensitive to pesticide drift, such as organic production areas and vineyards. The tool is intended for...
Costa Navarino, Greece — "The Peloponnese," my friend Peter Poulos tells me, "is the real Greece. Really. This place is less populated and more beautiful than most of the trendy tourist places in this country." He says this as we cross the...
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