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Omaha Bee Club member at Metro Community College shows off his new bees at Fort Campus
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Hello again folks. This time ole Big Bear here wants to let you in on how I go about taking care of a fresh caught swarm. Actually capturing a swarm is something different all in itself. There are a lot of variants in how swarms land, their condition as to the point of capture and more.
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once I have them in the nuc.
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The Omaha Bee Club participating in the Lauritzen Gardens Spring into Spring plant sale event this weekend.
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Science.  here's how it works.  first you have a hypothesis on how something works, happens, etc...  then you test your hypothesis.  if the re are facts generated that support it, it becomes a theory.

Science does not "prove"anything.  only that there is evidence, factual information that supports a theory until it disproven, meaning that facts arise showing that the theory is no longer viable.

Science does not prove, it only disproves.

If there is no fact based evidence to support or counter a hypothesis or theory then it is not "disproved"  it is in a state of limbo that science puts aside until further fact based evidence is obtained as evidence supporting or cancelling support.

For example, while many athiests love to proclaim that there is no "proof" of a Deity, then they automatically assume that there is no deity.

However, that is flawed scientific thinking.  As there is no solid evidence to "prove" or "disprove", science itself holds no position on the matter.

People need to be honest about science before they start trying to twist it to show what they want it to show.
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no my friend, maybe in a court room, but in a scientific discussion, if there is no evidence, there is no position.
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Due to a lack of interest, we will not hold the Top Bar Beekeeping class as scheduled on May 23rd.

Stay tuned for future classes and group activities to educate area and member beekeepers.
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Hello again folks. This time ole Big Bear here wants to let you in on how I go about taking care of a fresh caught swarm. Actually capturing a swarm is something different all in itself. There are a lot of variants in how swarms land, their condition as to the point of capture and more.
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Buzzkill: 10 Sweet Abandoned Apiaries & Busted Beehives ... "Honey, I’m not home! These abandoned apiaries and busted beehives once dispensed sweet liquid gold but now lie deserted, de-pollenated and depopulated.

Fancy some honey? The charming red brick building housing The Altamaha Apiaries in Gardi, Georgia dates from 1900 and originally served as a post office / general store. At some point a local family took over the property and set up an apiary. Now gently deteriorating and festooned with flowering vines – descendants of those that once provided fancy pollen, perhaps – The Altamaha Apiaries no longer offers honey but serves instead as a favorite photographic subject for abandonment addicts. ...:

SEE THE OTHER NINE: http://weburbanist.com/2015/05/10/buzzkill-10-sweet-abandoned-apiaries-busted-beehives/
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The Omaha Bee Club participated in the Lauritzen Gardens Spring into Spring plant sale event for the first time. We were all buzzed to bee there.
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Bee Conservation
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Licensed Pesticide Applicator-Nebraska, live bee removal, garden and crop pollination, honey production, business management, staff and volunteers supervisor, customer service, sales, contract negotiation, fundraising, educator, mentor.
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  • Tech Dissected
    Beekeeping Technology Writer, 10 - present
    I write articles and reviews covering the technology of beekeeping. Covering a wide range from website hosting to websites to track beekeeping inspection information to hive tools to smokers, and much much more. Technology in beekeeping has been forward moving since the Egyptians hauled bees in clay pots on the Nile river to pollinate crops. Beekeeping in the 21st century has experienced a veritable explosion in technology that is accessible to beekeepers and able to be re-purposed to tech that is made available specifically to meet beekeeper needs.
  • Omaha Bee Club
    Volunteer Executive Director/President, 2010 - present
    Founder and President of the Board of Directors. I function as the Volunteer Executive Director of the Omaha Bee Club handling business, negotiations, scheduling of events and activities, organizing educational classes and activities, coordinating and supervising teams and individuals engaged in official Omaha Bee Club activists, events, etc...
  • BBE-Tech
    Owner/ General Manager, 2010 - 2014
  • U-Pull-It
    Truck Driver, 2010 - 2010
  • Lakeville Motor Express
    Truck Driver/Dispatch Manager, 2003 - 2009
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Big Bear
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Beeing the best I can bee
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I am a Topixqui and have taken the vow of Topixqui to be a resource for other Peoples as we meet on this path of life.

I am a blue-sash-at-the-side student of the Yang Taijiquan martial art form as it has been adapted into the topixqui way of life.

I am a Master Beekeeper (Homesteader style), certified by the Omaha Bee Club. It fulfills my obligation to practice an honorable trade of self sufficiency and giving back to the world as much as I take from it.

I believe in self sufficiency and that one of the most sacred things we can do in life is to be and help others to be as self sufficient in our lives as possible.


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The variety of products available at Tomato Tomato is more than I thought it would be. and they keep working to bring more items in, especially since the new expansion. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable about their products. The latter is especially important as most stores staff have little to no clue about where the products come from, how they are grown or made, etc... I would frequent this store even more if I lived closer to their location.
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Howard's is a truly family friendly restaurant. Three generations of my family has been eating there since it first opened on South 24th St. The food is first hand, the staff are friendly and treat you like family. The food itself is incredible.You just haven't had good Mexican food until you've been to Howard's
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This is a place that obviously puts people first. From offering free movies through the summer for low income families to hosting special and local elated events. The atmosphere and "personality" of Aksarben Cinema is always outstanding.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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