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VIDEO: Honey Harvest by Kinfolk

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“The World Needs More Beekeepers” – Bill Compton (True Blood)

WE AGREE!! Please help Los Angeles based non-profit HoneyLove.org raise money to protect the honeybees!!  Check out the awesome True Blood charity auction on ebay going on now through November 26th!!

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VIDEO: Cultivating bees on the rise in New Jersey

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Mar Vista Recreation Center Auditorium: 11430 Woodbine Street, Mar Vista, CA 90066
Click here to download the agenda (PDF) – We are item 2A on the agenda

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Met a new friend in White Salmon, WA last week - Melissa Bees! 
http://melissabees.com/

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HoneyLove’s Pollination Party
@ The Learning Garden (Venice High School) – 10/8/11

LINKS:
More Photos (facebook)
Pollination Handout (pdf)
Pollinator Planting Handout (pdf)

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SEE YOU TONIGHT @ 5PM!!

THIS MONTH’S FREE HONEYLOVE WORKSHOP: POLLINATION PARTY
RSVP on Facebook or Meetup (rsvp not required… all ages are welcome!)

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Bledsoe Water Meter Rescue
Mar Vista, CA – 10/2/11

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WHITE HOUSE HONEY ALE

Obama has been brewing his own organic beer with honey from Michelle’s garden beehive.

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CHINA- HAND POLLINATION

“Workers in the Maoxian county of Sichuan, China, an area that has lost its pollinators through the indiscriminate use of pesticides and the over-harvesting of its honey, pollinates pear and apple trees by hand. In this part of China, the honeybee has been replaced by the human bee, for the past two decades. Every spring, thousands of villagers climb through fruit trees hand-pollinating blossoms by dipping “pollination sticks” (brushes made of chicken feathers and cigarette filters) into plastic bottles of pollen and then touching them against each of the tree’s billions of blossoms.”

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