May 21, 2013 in Alexandria Echo Press
Paint will cost more and be recycled. Bees will be protected. Financially troubled farmers will be able to access state aid.
And an island to provide more wildlife habitat could be built in the Mississippi River. Continue Reading
October 2, 2012 in The Daily Republic
ONOPAH, Nev. (AP) Authorities say emergency responders were stung several times when a flatbed truck carrying honeybees rolled over in rural Nevada.
September 29, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Emily Campbell sees bees as fascinating and beneficial. Campbell the Minnesota Honey Queen and a seven-time grand champion at the Minnesota State Fair for projects involving bees will compete in Hershey, Pa., in January to become American Honey Queen. Continue Reading
September 12, 2012 in The Jamestown Sun
Growing up the daughter of two migratory beekeepers, Katie Klett of Jamestown has been around the flying insect species for most of her life.
Now 25-years-old, Klett has returned to Jamestown after spending the past 2 1/2 years pursuing her love of bees while working on a beekeeping and honey production project in western China. Continue Reading
June 6, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
DULUTH, Minn. For years, beekeepers quietly maintained hives throughout the city of Duluth, attracting little attention. But that changed this spring when a neighbor complained about a beekeeping operation in Gary-New Duluth. Continue Reading
April 6, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Beekeepers and several environmental groups argue in an emergency petition filed with the EPA that the agency failed to require some legally mandated field testing before the pesticide was approved in 2003. New research, including two studies published last week in the journal Science, raises serious questions about its effect on pollinators of all kinds, they maintain. Continue Reading
March 6, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Winters are usually what one agriculture specialist calls a “reset button” that gives farmer a fresh start come planting season. But with relatively mild temperatures and little snow, insects are surviving, growing and, in some areas, already munching on budding plants.
January 25, 2012 in Park Rapids Enterprise
Hello, welcome back to the mid-winter edition of the Beehive. I thought I would let you folks know what is going on in the beehive as of late January. Continue Reading
December 21, 2011 in Park Rapids Enterprise
Welcome back to the Beehive. Who would have ever thought we would have a 40-degree day in the middle of December? Continue Reading
November 17, 2011 in DL-Online
Welcome back to the beehive. Deer hunting is now upon us and we are still having some unseasonably warm days. Continue Reading