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Bee science lab at Cal Poly Pomona. In this lab: introducing new queens, catching swarms and creating new colonies.
“Our presentation will be about beekeeping and the beekeeping elective that we attend with our classmates. Creating a greater public understanding of bees, their contribution to the environment, and our obligation to ensure their well being will be the focus.” … Continue reading
syntheticph.com – clicktotweet.com “Aperture: A Triumph of Science” is a 20-minute documentary exploring the genius of great minds at Aperture Laboratories just before the proud debut of their Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System (GLaDOS). Expect to see a limited … Continue reading
Demonstrating cutting honeycomb out of a frame and packing it for sale or consumption. see honeyfarm.blogspot.com
In a way, local beekeeping can be an extension of the mantra: think globally, act locally. Even before filming Call of the Honeybee about an entomologist who works with bees, and is attempting to breed more disease resistant queens, I … Continue reading
Part 10 of our ongoing series on beekeeping. This part shows and discusses a few of the potential diseases and pests of the honey bee. honeybee, bees, beekeeping, homesteading, survival, self-sufficiency, self-reliance, peak oil preparedness, food shortage, food storage, apiary, … Continue reading