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Adjacent land has been transformed into a training apiary, where courses will be run throughout the year for budding beekeepers.
According to him, an apiary should be sited at least 400 metres from the homestead and public amenities to avoid attacks.
Koch said the park district has been working with a professional beekeeper to develop a plan and intends to keep the apiary away from neighboring properties.
But aside from the obvious sweet treat, he said the apiary visits and educational material will help people realise the importance of honey bees and their contributions to ecology.
A team from the Zakat Al-Quds Committee made field visits to the project's 51 households and examined the land on which an apiary will be established.
One-third of the nation's estimated 2.78 million managed honeybee colonies were lost between April 2016 and April 2017, according to preliminary survey results from the Bee Informed Partnership and the Apiary Inspectors of America.
I was handed a white jumpsuit and a pair of large gloves before I was led into the apiary (a place where beehives are kept).
She added: "The bees that were in that apiary are the ones that we open to the public.
These plans might include the garden, the orchard, livestock, or the apiary. An apiary is a place where bees are kept or a collection of beehives, it's sometimes called a bee yard.
The menu tomorrow includes stalls from Saltburn Allotment Association, Garth Cottage Herbs, and bee-keeper Allan Stonehouse selling honey, jams and preserves from Beez Neez Apiary in North Yorkshire.
Summary: Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], August 19 (ANI): President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday visited the Apiary in the President's Estate today on the occasion of World Honey Bee Day.
Redwood Shores, Calif.-based software company Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) has signed an agreement to acquire San Francisco-based development startup firm Apiary, the company said.