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Re: OT: weather and bees


From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 4/9/1999 2:24:21 PM Central Daylight Time, 
hensler@povn.com writes:

<< We also make a habit of pointing out the various numbers and types of 
native bees and try to teach, not only about the plants they rely on during 
different parts of the season, but also about such essentials as a 
bee-friendly watering hole. Even yellow jackets are tolerated as long as they 
behave themselves.  >>

There is a private (as opposed to small which they are not) grocer just south 
of town that carries honey from local beekeepers.  It is labled according to 
collection area--clover honey, apple honey,etc.

Betty in Bowling Green KY

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