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Feature – Environment
To Bee or Not to Bee  GardenWise

Bee keeping is an ancient art that anyone with a back yard can enjoy. It is also a way to help maintain the integrity and supply of local fruit and vegetables, which are dependent upon bees for pollination.

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“Cave drawings indicate that humans began collecting honey about 8,000 years ago. Pottery jars of still-edible, 3,000-year-old honey have been found cached near Egyptian mummies in pyramids. But it isn’t just the sweet, liquid honey that so endears bees to people. The wax from hives – sunny yellow and with a heady, sweet scent – has long been coveted. During medieval times, bee-wax candles were so expensive that only royalty and the church could afford them. ”