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Kids Pollinator Garden

Kids can attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators by planting food for them that kids like too. Kids can find a large container, 18 to 24 inches, and fill it with organic potting soil and starter plants: organic strawberry, basil, parsley, and thyme. 110 more words

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Winter Bee Hives Losses and Lessons

I have now gone though all my hives. My  last post was about what that entailed. This post is about the results, what I saw for good and for bad, and the result of an experiment. 1,095 more words

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Rum And Coke Goes Rogue

Here’s how you take a rum and coke and give it a Rogue twist.

It starts in the hazelnut orchards of Kirk Family Filberts, our friends and next-door neighbors to Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon. 219 more words

Rogue Spirits

Viruses threaten wild bumblebees

Several viruses associated with managed honeybees may pose a widespread risk to bumblebees in the wild, according to latest research.

It identified five viruses from both wild bumblebees and managed honeybees at 26 sites across Great Britain. 111 more words

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Raising Beekeepers

I have two sons and it’s important to me to raise beekeepers. I mean this both literally and figuratively. Sure I’d love for the boys to grow up learning about and loving honey bees the way their father and I do, but more importantly, I’m interested in beekeepers of the figurative variety. 679 more words

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Honeybees Return to Carmel Valley, California #grabyourmoment #monterey #honeybeeconservancy

On April 12, 2015, those that appreciate the tremendous gift of honeybees gather at Carmel Lavender to restore thousands of honeybees to Carmel Valley. Everyone knows that saving the honeybee is important. 209 more words

Bees & Honey

Communication between beekeepers and producers helps both sides

In Delta Farm Press

Hear some buzzing in your walls? See a few too many bees crawling around your eaves? The Bartlett Bee Whisperer is only a call away. 232 more words

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