beekeepers

For the respect inherent in their work, the dedication to preserving and rebuilding resilient local communities, and their open willingness to teach others and spread their craft, these beekeepers are truly the bee's knees.
The beekeeper ended up covered in an estimated 1.1 million bees. Bingguo wore only his underwear during the stunt and smoked
A man in China just set an unBEElievable world record that would give most people the heebie jeebies.
As the White House announces its plan, they will need to reflect on the reality of the plight of bees, beekeepers and farmers alike. This means they can't avoid addressing the role pesticides play.
Growing up, I had endless support from my family, the teachers at school and my university professors. I completed a PhD in physics at a relatively young age and spent some time trying to commercialize the project I setup, all thanks to my funders -- a venture-backed project. It was this experience that made me want to help other entrepreneurs. So after six years on the job, I headed back to Ghana with all my savings and a vague career goal.
The days are cooling off and getting shorter, farmers are bringing in crops, wood is being stacked, and beekeepers are looking inside their hives for evidence of Varroa mites, one of the largest threats to honey bees in the United States.
Located nearby the 10,000 square foot distillery on the banks of the Lamoille River, visitors may notice several beehives. Unsurprisingly, Hardie, who has been keeping bees for nearly five decades, enjoys being around bees.
A mysterious malady that has been killing honeybees en masse for several years appears to have expanded drastically in the
Stan Brown of Cumberland, Maine, is nearly 93 years old, one of America's oldest registered beekeepers.
Because he lives in a 21-story building and "bees don't like high rises too much" (too windy), Guillermo Fernandez keeps bees in a tiny public garden below Wall Street, next to the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.
In the last few weeks beekeepers have reported staggering losses in Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio after their hives foraged on pesticide-treated corn fields. Indiana too, two years ago. What's going on in the Corn Belt?
Pesticides are prevalent, persistent and more scientists confirm everyday that they are making bees sick (or dead). The sad truth? Beekeepers have been sounding this alarm from the ground for years. Would that we had listened.
Of the more than 1.6 million known forms of life on our home -- planet Earth, bees truly are the "golden-hair" pollinator partners that have been entrusted with sustaining life on land.
Food scientists say that over three quarters of the honey sold in American supermarkets and drug stores may not be what the bees created.
Where would you find NYC's most in-demand beekeeper on a day he's not rescuing a swarm of wayward bees and fielding a news media inquiries about the finer points of the urban apiary?
The beekeepers interviewed in Colony are all searching for answers. But it soon becomes obvious that, perhaps blinded by their faith, they are not really able to formulate the questions they really need to ask.
By federal law, coal companies have to restore the land they used back to an as-good-or-better condition than it was in when
People who keep bees commercially keep them to make a living. They take them far and near to fields and farms so the bees