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Updated: 2017-12-27T23:09:02.075-05:00

 



I think I just heard you on WAMU-Latitude this mor...

2011-08-27T07:57:24.698-04:00

I think I just heard you on WAMU-Latitude this morning, nice.

I have been thinking about starting for the last two years. I heard that honey from your own backyard is good for the allergies. Definitely this year!



I think I just heard you on NPR this morning at WA...

2011-08-27T07:55:11.699-04:00

I think I just heard you on NPR this morning at WAMU. Liked it a lot. I heard, that honey collected right from your own backyard is good for the allergies. For the last two years I have been wanting to start, definitely this year!



This is a good idea

2011-06-21T11:10:59.055-04:00

This is a good idea



If you are nearby, I am sure I can get someone to ...

2011-05-16T15:06:21.700-04:00

If you are nearby, I am sure I can get someone to have a look. If you post contact details in another comment I will not publish them.



Taking a chance you may be willing and able to poi...

2011-05-16T14:56:23.917-04:00

Taking a chance you may be willing and able to point me in the right direction...I have what I believe are wasps underneath the the steps leading up to my front porch, but I can't see the nest and am afraid to get very close. I'm trying to find information and/or someone who can help me out - I need to get rid of the stinging insects but I'm loathe to use any commercial pesticide,



This is nice one . We've been wanting to keep ...

2010-11-15T03:53:50.839-05:00

This is nice one . We've been wanting to keep hives for years, but thought it was illegal. I'm glad to hear there are others out there keeping hives successfully. how about others ? i think i must take a seminar topics from this hive idea ... its may be one nice things



As far as I know there is a legal way as outlined ...

2010-06-20T00:55:49.426-04:00

As far as I know there is a legal way as outlined in the post to keep bees in DC. Just my experience.



Any DC people interested in becoming beekeepers or...

2010-03-24T15:36:44.192-04:00

Any DC people interested in becoming beekeepers or supporting beekeepers are encouraged to check out www.dcbeekeepers.org and to become a registered user. Every membership requires approval, but it is a gateway to getting experience working beside new and established beekeepers, and a pathway to getting your own hive(s) at some point.



This is fantastic. We've been wanting to keep...

2010-03-24T11:33:20.518-04:00

This is fantastic. We've been wanting to keep hives for years, but thought it was illegal. I'm glad to hear there are others out there keeping hives successfully. Are there any beekeepers in DC willing to help out someone new to hives?



Here is the DC law you mention: District of Colum...

2010-03-07T17:42:22.820-05:00

Here is the DC law you mention:

District of Columbia Municipal Regulations
Title 24 - Public Space and Safety (December 1996)
904 BEES
904.1 No bees or hives of bees shall be permitted to be kept when there are human habitations within a radius of five hundred feet (500ft.).
904.2 The provisions of this section shall not apply to bees confined in hives, or to




2010-03-07T17:38:36.102-05:00

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Does DC still forbid beekeeping within 500 feet of...

2010-03-07T17:19:42.070-05:00

Does DC still forbid beekeeping within 500 feet of a residence? The press release for these presentations does not mention it.