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  • Nurturing nature

     Nurturing nature
    Nature is humming along at Aliso Creek Inn and Golf Course — quite literally. The picturesque lodge and nine-hole golf course is the site of a new "green" initiative that combines locally-grown produce with the power of bees. Six new table-...
  • 1/20/2012-No Lions Or Tigers?

    1/20/2012-No Lions Or Tigers?
    I live in a condo. On the fourth floor. We don't get many wild critters roaming around our rooftop deck except for a squirrel, chimney swifts, crows, hornets, bumblebees, maybe a butterfly, or two. However, if I lived in the wilds of, say, Simsbury, I...
  • Virginia considers $200 tax credit for beehives

    Virginia considers $200 tax credit for beehives
    UPDATE: This bill passed a House subcommittee Bills in the General Assembly would provide a $200 tax credit for beekeepers for each hive they maintain. While it may sound kooky, Virginia’s bees are in trouble. The number of hives in the state have...
  • Mesa advances to nationals in mock business competition

    Mesa advances to nationals in mock business competition
    COSTA MESA — After sweeping the competition statewide, Costa Mesa High School's Business Academy will compete in New York City in March for a national title. Mesa's two Virtual Enterprise companies, the Great Park Wildlife Center and Abeille,...
  • Our Laguna: Snapshots of the news in 2011

    Laguna Beach began 2011 by digging itself out of the mud. Homes, art studios, businesses, the Laguna Beach Animal Shelter and the Anneliese School suffered damage and destruction in the December 2010 rainstorms. Recovery was on everyone's mind. Outgoing...
  • 2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden

    2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden
    Even though 2011 was a down year for the housing market, it was an up year for housing events in Hampton Roads. February through November, southeastern Virginia was the scene of three nationally recognized homes, as well as the Peninsula's own Parade...
  • Parasite Turns Bees into Zom-Bees

    Parasite Turns Bees into Zom-Bees
    It's a story with a lot of buzz and a big ole' stinger. Researchers at San Francisco State University say the reason bees have been disappearing is because of little critters called Apocephalus borealis. The smaller-than-flea-sized pests hitch a ride on...
  • Zombees: Fly parasite killing honeybees

    Zombees: Fly parasite killing honeybees
    Researchers at San Francisco University have found a potential new threat facing honeybees in the bay area. It's a fly parasite that preys on native bees and wasps. No, not the "wasps" you are thinking about. This could be a serious problem for...
  • July 25: Midday Fix - Attracting Honey Bees

    July 25: Midday Fix - Attracting Honey Bees
    Bee Walk and Talk in the Garden Saturday, August 20 11:00 a.m. First Floor Garland Room Chicago Cultural Center 78 E. Washington St. and in the Lurie Garden www.luriegarden.org Tips: Plant at least five plants of one variety to attract bees and supply...
  • Horse Killed by Swarm of Bees in Riverside, Owner Hospitalized

    Horse Killed by Swarm of Bees in Riverside, Owner Hospitalized
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A horse was killed, and its owner was hospitalized, after a swarm of bees attacked them in Riverside. It happened in the Arlanza neighborhood Thursday afternoon. The horse's owner was treated for numerous bee stings at an...
  • Natural Grooming Products

    Natural Grooming Products
    Organic and natural personal care products are hot sellers -- and getting hotter -- as more big consumer products firms and retailers rush to supply growing demand for natural toothpastes, skin creams, soap, shampoos, makeup and the like. Sales of...
  • Bee-Stings as Medicine

    Bee-Stings as Medicine
    Reyah Carlson has been stung by bees more than 25,000 times. On purpose. Carlson is a practitioner of apitherapy, a controversial form of alternative medicine that uses bee venom to treat everything from arthritis to multiple sclerosis. Carlson, who...