- bee + keeping (Wiktionary)
“To this experienced beekeeper, beekeeping is a hobby with a purpose.”
“Denis van Engelsdorp, Pennsylvania State Apiarist, USA recounted such experiences in American beekeeping history.”
“They bring us food, keep our ecosystems functioning, and even provide a fun hobby for those in beekeeping.”
“Take the calls that come in, even if someone wants you to do something you've never done or considered, such as beekeeping or doing cold-call sales or becoming a professional clown.”
“As well as birdwatching, Kirklevington also runs a number of conservation schemes such as beekeeping and tree planting.”
“This is made thinkable as a prospect by the numerous people of the region who, as any observant traveler will notice, are excellent gardeners, who practice other arts of subsistence such as beekeeping, and who by such means have kept alive the spirit of self-sufficiency and independence.”
“Crop growers may supplement their income with beeswax and honey and learn beekeeping which is overseen by the apiary branch.”
“That means the winter months can be worrisome for some beekeepers, such as beekeeping hobbyist Tom Jones, of Carlisle.”
“Can becoming friends with Al the beekeeping evangelical mean a higher regard for people of still other religious backgrounds?”
“You become friends with Al for, say, your shared affinity for beekeeping.”
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Terms used in the EU's Common Agricultural Policy referring to policy issues in the animal husbandry sector.
Some words pilfered shamelessly from ruzuzu's https://www.wordnik.com/lists/bees.
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