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Synonyms for beekeeping

the cultivation of bees on a commercial scale for the production of honey


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Driving the pioneering project is Ashbrow's activity support worker Yvonne Kilvington, who has been teaching the children bee-keeping and hen-keeping.
The Westminster property also has bee-keeping workshops which include a pot of St Ermin's Honey plus a honey cream tea or honey cocktail, priced from PS15.
Our tenants will be playing a valuable part in helping look after the bees, and we will be offering bee-keeping training and equipment.
Bulgaria and Qatar are to establish joint companies in the fields of sheep-breeding and bee-keeping, Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naydenov announced on Friday.
Mohammad Arif Shams told Pajhwok Afghan News the training focused on weaving carpets and jackets, architecture, gardening, carpentry, embroidery, greenhouses, bee-keeping and repair of vehicles and motorbikes.
A programme of volunteering work will start during summer 2012, allowing local people to get involved in bee-keeping at Ty Hyll.
The source said honey-collection and bee-keeping were Al Saridi's hobbies and he owned a farm in the emirate.
But The People can reveal that much of the money is being squandered on MEP jaunts, bee-keeping projects, champagne nights and propping up failing European farms.
Summary: BEIRUT: The importance of bee-keeping and its special role in nature conservation was highlighted at the closing celebrations for project "Oak Honey" at UNESCO palace, Saturday.
Ruth Goodman is given a tough assignment at the dairy and Alex Langlands tries his hand at bee-keeping.
A week's full board, bee-keeping and entertainment costs pounds 406pp.
The previous world record for being covered in bees was set in 1998 in California, when about 350,000 insects crawled over the torso of a bee-keeping fanatic
Projects such as bee-keeping, chicken raising, making juice from the fruit of the monkey bread tree, and growing vegetable gardens have been met with enthusiasm in a major charcoal producing region, the southern district of Mwanza.
Bee-keeping is central to the story, as it is the Boatwright sister's livelihood, but it also serves as metaphor for Lily's search for her mother's love.
Together they find their way to Tiberon, South Carolina, to the home of three bee-keeping black women.