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What Happened To Henry's Humdingers After Shark Tank?

Henry's Humdingers received some considerable buzz from the popular television show "Shark Tank" during its fifth season when owner Henry Miller stepped before the judges in a beekeeper's suit, Shark Tank Blog reported. Although he wore a business suit underneath, Miller is a beekeeper at heart. He first began to capitalize on his colonies when he was 11 years old. The young entrepreneur set out to fight colony collapse disorder — a phenomenon in which worker bees abruptly disappear — with a hive of his own, according to The Bellingham Herald. When he had more honey than he could handle, he started to sell it and donate the proceeds to The Foundation for The Preservation of Honey Bees.
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Summer drought causes trouble for local bees

MIDLAND, Texas (KOSA) -Yellow Rose Farms and Apiary has been around for the last 2 years and their honey is raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized, and never blended. This means that they never heat or blend it with any other sources of honey. All of the health benefits come straight out of their hives, and directly into your jar of honey.
MIDLAND, TX
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Diverse landscapes at the heart of bee conservation

A mix of buildings and forest increases the number of species of bees in a given area. New research from the University of Georgia revealed that mixed land use – such as developments interspersed with forest patches – improves bee diversity and is leading to new solutions for bee conservation.
ATHENS, GA
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Where to Watch and Stream The Valley of the Bees Free Online

Best sites to watch The Valley of the Bees - Last updated on Sep 26, 2022. Read more to see all the sites where you can watch The Valley of the Bees online right now. You can also see the cast, crew, plot and release date for The Valley of the Bees on this page.
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GMFS Beekeeper’s Conference

Lisa Sewell is with us to talk about The MSSU Pollinator Club & Joplin Area Beekeepers Association, and invite you to the upcoming Four States Beekeeping Conference! Bees being a critical and highly interesting species, we hope you’ll BEE there to learn more!
JOPLIN, MO
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Logan hosts the Annual Orchard Bee Association meeting

Orchard bee emergence sound.. That was an orchard bee emerging from a nest in early spring. They are found across the world and some species are even being used agriculturally because of their effective pollination on fruit trees. Osmia lignaria, the native species of orchard bee used in the US, is commonly referred to as the Blue Orchard Bee.
LOGAN, UT
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Buzzing at academic bees

Before this summer, I thought most kids would not enjoy sitting in a small room for many hours in a day, answering questions about history and geography, but after competing in both the National History and International Geography Bees this summer in Florida, I realized there are many kids who love these subjects as much as I do. Since I was 6, I have enjoyed learning about history and geography, like the names of all our presidents and the capitals of all the world’s countries. I knew, though, that while I had practiced a lot for the Bees, there was no guarantee I’d win. I faced tough competition through the whole tournament but had fun meeting the other kids and buzzing in to answer questions.
BELLAIRE, TX
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Bay Area Books that Celebrate Nature

Oakland author Collin Pine highlights the importance of pollinator gardens in a tale about a diverse trio of children who investigate why birds, bees and butterflies bypass their yard for their neighbor’s. An avid gardener with a pet banana slug, Pine shows how small changes can make a big impact on the animals and insects around us. River Horse Books, 2022. $18.99. riverhorsebooks.com.
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I-S-U Finds Endangered Bees at Only four Of 50 Iowa Locations

(Ames, IA) — Iowa State University researchers say their effort to map out the location and habitat of the rare rusty patched bee In Iowa found them in limited quantity. Teams from I-S-U surveyed 50 sites across Iowa twice in recent months. They only found the rusty patched bumble bee at four locations — in Ames, Brushy Creek State Recreation Area near Fort Dodge, and two locations near Dubuque and Yellow River State Forest. The rusty-patched bumble bee was the first ever bee to be listed as endangered in 2017. Researchers hope the findings could help wildlife managers and land stewards reverse the decline of bee populations and support other pollinators more broadly.
AMES, IA
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