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  1. Bee News
    In a Maitland backyard, there's an unusual buzz in the air. It's bees. Thousands and thousands of bees. Dorine Olive and Chuck Fletcher have a whole colony of the insects, and it's time for the honey harvest. Like backyard chickens, backyard beekeeping has become something of a trend. (Orlando...
  2. Bee News
    The buzz about the decreasing honeybee population has motivated some Floridians to invest in a new hobby. Each year, the nation’s population of honeybees declines by more than 30 percent. Meanwhile, the number of Floridian beekeepers has nearly tripled in the past decade, with more than 2,700...
  3. Upcoming Meetings
    Hello Bee Lovers! Great news! For the second year, GAB Club will be working with SFCC to provide a course - Backyard Beekeeping. You may register at the following site; click on "Take a Class": http://www.sfcollege.edu/cied/communityed/index.php?section=housegarden This is an...
  4. Bee News
    Life in South Florida is suddenly sweet for the humble honeybee. Disease may be ravaging its population, but the industrious insect has never been more popular. And South Florida beekeepers are swarming to meet the demand."Healthy and on the incline," is how Ryan Willingham, apiary inspector...
  5. Bee News
    Thousands of backyard beekeepers get a buzz from honey hobby By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley The Miami Herald By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley Special to The Miami Herald It used to be that just about the only choice you had when purchasing honey was whether to buy it in a glass jar or a chubby plastic...
  6. Bee News
    Backyard hives keep area bee biz buzzing amid threat Beekeper Mario Jakob checks on his hives on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 in Umatilla, Fla. Beekeepers nationwide have been worried about a national die-off of bees called "colony collapse disorder."...
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