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    susan rudnicki

    Still trying the beek community for these bees—

    I have been monitoring 4 hives in Manhattan Beach on the greenbelt walking path–they are in irrigation boxes and in danger of extermination from the Fire Dept. once the weather turns sunny and they attract more attention by their proximity. Please CALL ME, don’t email, and we can talk. I have 8 mentees currently already, so scheduling is a little crazy. Ideally we should do this NOT on a weekend, so as to attract less foot traffic. Susan

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About susan rudnicki

Been beekeeping almost 5 years now. Have 27 hives,(2 client hives) I work with the City of Manhattan Beach, re-homing bees in conflict with citizens. Allowed to keep bees at the Public Works yard (19 hives) in exchange for this work. I do many presentations for HoneyLove, teach bee students, rescue bees and sell honey.


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