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Beekeeping in the City

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

New York City’s board of health voted on March 16 to lift a ban against beekeeping in New York City. Beekeeper Andrew Cote talks about what legalizing bees in the city might mean for burgeoning bee keepers here, and what’s involved with urban beekeeping. Find out more about keeping honeybees in New York: New York City Beekeepers Association.

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Comments [8]

a. g. from hudson county nj

the genetic engineered mater that is all over the place screws up the bees programing. this is the cause of colony colapse

Mar. 25 2010 01:40 AM
gaetano catelli from downtown manhattan (for now)

Lenny, that was a brilliant witticism about Giuliani. but, that's only to be expected.

Mar. 24 2010 09:52 PM
Rudy Schmoody

[[[5] john from office
March 24, 2010 - 01:34PM
Lens comment was meant as a put down.]]

double meh! it was a silly ban. glad it's gone.

Mar. 24 2010 01:37 PM
john from office

Lens comment was meant as a put down.

Mar. 24 2010 01:34 PM
Bee from Somerville

I heard that bee keepers during winter months kill off their bees because they don't want to deal with maitenance and upkeep of the dormant bees.

Mar. 24 2010 01:33 PM
Plants

What plants can I put in my garden to support bees?

Mar. 24 2010 01:32 PM
Rudy Schmoody

[[[1] john from office
March 24, 2010 - 01:29PM
Len you had to make a comment about Rudy. Remember before Rudy this city was a disaster.]]

meh! he's relevant to the story.

Mar. 24 2010 01:30 PM
john from office

Len you had to make a comment about Rudy. Remember before Rudy this city was a disaster.

Mar. 24 2010 01:29 PM

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