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Healthy hive training offered to novice beekeepers

Hundreds of volunteers in England and Wales are to be trained to teach amateur beekeepers how to keep their hives healthy over winter. Read more

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Entomology graduate fellowship to honor apiarist Lorenzo L. Langstroth

Penn State has received a $250,000 gift to endow a graduate fellowship in entomology in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Read more

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Bee college is all the buzz in St. Augustine

Barehanded, David Barnes lifted off the top of a wooden beehive and eased out one of half-a-dozen frames loaded with honey bees as several dozen people edged in closer around him during the first day of the University of Florida’s … Continue reading

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180 women end training in beekeeping in Ghana

One Hundred and eighty participants, mostly women from a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) on Saturday, ended a two-week training programme on beekeeping at Oboadaka near Suhum in the Eastern Region. Read More

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Campus buzzing with beekeepers

Murray State University is hosting a gathering of beekeepers from across the eastern United States this week in an effort to teach more about the business and increase production of bees vital to the nation’s agricultural economy. Read More

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