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  1. Richard Taylor The author gives an intimation of the source of happiness that beekeepers have discovered and to convey his philosophy that is so closely interwoven with hisbeekeeping.
    638.109 TAY
  2. Richard Foster Jones Beekeeping provides rural people in developing countries with sources of income and nutrition. It is a sustainable form of agriculture, which isbeneficial to the environment and provides economic reasons for theretention of native habitats and potentially both increased yield from food and...
    638.121 JON
  3. Enoch H. Tompkins et al Explains every aspect, task, drawback, and reward of beekeeping, for beginning hobbyists and professionals, providing all necessary information on equipment, costs, hive management, bee behavior, disease control, and other topics
    638.1 TOM
  4. C. P. Dadant. An early how-to book on beekeeping.
    638.1 DAD
  5. Evelyn Fatigati This book is the author's journey with bees, from his grandfather giving him a hive of bees to his understanding of how bees make honey, how men "harvest" it from the hives, and why bees are so intriguing and valuable.
    638.1 FAT
  6. Florida Dept of Agriculture This books discusses honey and beekeeping in Florida from honey facts to varieties of honey to recipes to honey nutrition and laws involved with honey production.
    638.1 FLO
  7. Louise G. Hanson and Lily A. Davis. This book describes in detail how to -Start Keeping bees (with step-by-step photos and drawings) -Why and How to Subtitute Honey for Sugar -150 Delicious Home-Teste Recipes
    641.38 HAN
  8. Stephen Adjare This handbook on tropical beekeeping for beginners is based on firsthand Ghanaian experience.
    638.109 ADJ
  9. Xerces Society The first simple step toward protecting our pollinators is to provide the flowers they need, using no pesticides. With abundant native wildflowers, your task is even simpler: don't mow them down! This field guide identifies the plants that honey bees and native bees- as well as butterflies,...
    571.864 XER
  10. Ross Conrad Today's beekeepers face unprecedented challenges, a fact that is front-page news with the spread in recent years of the mysterious and deadly colony collapse disorder (CCD).Numerous pests have made chemical treatment of hives standard practice, yet resistance is building, which in turn creates...
    638.122 CON | AB.064