Category Archives: philosophy

Recovery zones elsewhere

Christian Science Monitor article Reuters article Some background on the concept of Insect Recovery Zones

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Vanderbilt Workshop April 23rd- save the date!!

On Tuesday, April 23rd, the Clarkstown Town Board is holding a public workshop to allow concerned citizens to suggest alternative strategies for the nine acre Traphagen parcel on Germonds Road in West Nyack. A number of board members are keen … Continue reading

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Friday, Ross Conrad

Don’t forget!

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Northeast New Jersey Beekeepers Association to feature Ross Conrad

On October 19 http://www.nnjbees.org/upcoming-events/general-membership-meetings/

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Hive Culture

for more information- ongoing events all fall- Hive Culture presents diverse works by 18 contemporary artists who are preoccupied with the pivotal role that bees play in pollination, environmental health and our changing relationship to nature. While artists have been … Continue reading

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RCBA meeting

Monday September 12, RCDS

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Humanbeeing – Megan Evans, Ron Breland

Megan EvansĀ  Ron Breland Humanbeeing – a conversation Tuesday September 27 2011 6-8pm What is the nature of swarming? How does a hive of bees make decisions collectively? Are there lessons to be learnt for the human race as it … Continue reading

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Meeting!!

Backwards Beekeepers   Meeting in Brooklyn, August 18

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Colony Collapse Disorder Is a Myth. Neurotoxic Pesticide Causes Bee Deaths.

link to article and read this too

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