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  1. It is said there are 20,000 species of bees, a genus 50 million years old, but in the fertile imagination of the world's poets, there is no beginning or end to the bee buzz. Virgil wrote of bees, as did Rumi, Shakespeare, Burns, Coleridge, Emerson, Mandelstam, Neruda, Whitman–a lyrical hum heard well into the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in poems by Yeats, Lawrence, Plath, Mary Oliver, Carol Ann Duffy, Naomi Shihab Nye, and Sherman Alexie, among many others.The title of this book is from Emily Dickinson: To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, / One clover, and a bee, / And revery. / The revery alone will do / If bees are few. Her conclusion resonates with a terrible poignancy today, as bees are indeed becoming few–hives collapsing, wild species disappearing. Amid this crisis, the poems collected here speak with a quiet urgency of a world lost if bees were to fall silent.If anyone can save the bees, it is entomologist Dr. Marla Spivak and the hive of bee scientists and beekeepers at the Bee Lab at the University of Minnesota. A portion of the author proceeds from this anthology will be donated to support research at the Bee Lab.

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  2. The beekeeping book guides you all the way from choosing and obtaining your bees, housing them and maintaining the hive through the year, to dealing with pests and diseases, and harvesting the honey. The honey book explains the remarkable powers of honey and features safe natural remedies and preparations, as well as beauty products, from scrubs and facial softeners to aromatic creams and lotions. It offers a fascinating insight into the dynamics of the unique bee community, with amazing pictures from inside the hive. It provides over 40 classic recipes that make the most of this nutritious ingredient in all kinds of delicious ways, from sweet-and-sour marinades to delectable honey pastries. It comes with over 675 beautiful photographs. With the current interest in beekeeping and its delicious end product, honey, this boxed book set is perfect for beekeepers and cooks. Advice is given on understanding the lifestyle of bees and the hierarchy in the hive, as well as every aspect of caring for bees, how to house them and maintain the hive, the plants and crops they need, and dealing with common problems and diseases.As well as providing a fascinating history, the honey book features recipes for using honey in cooking, healing remedies, beauty care and household products. These captivating volumes will inspire both the cook and beekeeper to start a colony and harvest the products of the hive.

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  3. Oh Bee Hive!Matte Dry ShampooScale new heights with uber 60s beehives. This dry shampoo with super fine powder absorbs the excess oils that weigh your hair down to release massive body for sky high volume. Now rock that updo!What it DoesCreate massive lift at the roots helping hair look and feel fuller and giving it more texture making it easier to style and secure up-dos.Starch absorbs oil which can make your hair look greasy and feel dirty and limp leaving your hair feeling clean and refreshed.Creative TipsBackcomb the roots at the crown and top of the head to create a base and support to the shape. Using a soft brush smooth out the surface and eliminate excess frizz. Spray the dry-shampoo all over from roots to ends ensuring the product penetrates underneath the layers for grip and texture. Brush the sides back with the fingers and secure it with bobby pins and grips. Detail the shape with the hands and use hairspray if needed.UsageShake can well. Spray 10-12 inches from the hair targeting the roots. Wait a minute then brush or work lightly into hair.IngredientsHydrophobically modified corn-starch: Rapidly absorbs grease and oil and holds onto it for longer than alternative starches making grease removal more effective Optimised level to deliver effective cleaning and texture without unpleasant white residue.Hydrolysed Keratin: Keratin is hair's key protein.Refractive Index Matching Technology: Encourages homogenous light refraction across the hair surface to deliver a clear even and sheer finish.Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil: Widely renowned argan oil is a precious oil often used in hair care for its brightening and softening benefits.

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  4. You don't need to live on a farm to raise happy, healthy honeybees. All it takes is a small backyard and the guidance of Rob and Chelsea McFarland, founders of HoneyLove - a Los Angeles-based nonprofit dedicated to protecting honeybees and...

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  5. TIGI Bed Head Oh Bee Hive! Dry Shampoo 238ml Scale new heights with über 60s beehives. This dry shampoo with super fine powder absorbs the excess oils that weigh your hair down to release massive body, for sky high volume. Now rock that updo!

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  6. Get FREE Shipping Today when you spend $50. Great matte dry shampoo. Also works as a volumiser. Use in between washes to keep hair cleansed.

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  7. Beekeeping for Beginners : The Beginning Beekeepers Guide on Keeping Bees, Maintaining Hives and Harvesting Honey

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  8. Broken Social Scene - Bee Hives [CD]

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  9. Discover the joys of harvesting honey from your own backyard. Alethea Morrison outlines what you'll need to know to make it through the first year, while stunning macrophotography by Mars Vilaubi brings the inner workings of the hive to life. With in-depth discussions of allergies, colony hierarchy, bee behavior, and more, this approachably informative guide bursts with enthusiastic encouragement. Keep your own bees, and enjoy the sweet buzz.

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  10. You don't need to live on a farm to raise happy, healthy honeybees. All it takes is a small backyard and the guidance of Rob and Chelsea McFarland, founders of Honey Love, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit dedicated to protecting honeybees and educating a new generation of urban, suburban and rural beekeepers. Beekeeping is a relaxing and intriguing hobby that requires little time. It yields fresh, local honey beekeepers can keep or share, and bees help pollinate nearby gardens, trees and crops, which need help. Around the country, bee populations are declining in part because bees raised to pollinate crops are not as durable as wild bees. Better Beekeeping has the solution. Better Beekeeping will walk readers through the inexpensive and easy to use equipment, their method for acquiring a hive for free, caring for the bees as they grow their colony, harvesting honey and prepping their bees for the cooler months. With the Better Beekeeping approach, readers will learn to attract wild bees. Factory-farmed bees are often advertised as "natural" but require farmers to use chemicals and pesticides to keep them alive.The Better Beekeeping approach does not use chemicals or pesticides and, instead, opts for natural care and management. With minimal upkeep, the hives will pollinate local crops and flowers and provide a bounty of delicious, all-natural, backyard honey.

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  11. They work hard, are devoted to family, love sex, and know the importance of a good piece of real estate. Honey bees, and the daily workings of their close-knit colonies, are one of nature's great miracles. And they produce one of nature's greatest edible bounties: honey. More than just a palate pleaser, honey was once an offering to the gods, a preservative, and a medicine whose sought-after curative powers were detailed in ancient texts . . . and are being rediscovered by modern medical science. In Letters from the Hive, Prof. Stephen Buchmann takes us into the hive–nursery, honey factory, queen's inner sanctum–and out to the world of backyard gardens, open fields, and deserts in full bloom, where the age-old sexual dance between flowers and bees makes life on earth as we know it possible. Hailed for their hard work, harmonious society, and, mistakenly, for their celibacy, bees have a link to our species that goes beyond biology. In Letters from the Hive, Buchmann explores the fascinating role of bees in human culture and mythology, following the "honey hunters" of native cultures in Malaysia, the Himalayas, and the Australian Outback as they risk life and limb to locate a treasure as valuable as any gold. To contemplate a world without bees is to imagine a desolate place, culturally and biologically, and Buchmann shows how with each acre of land sacrificed to plow, parking lot, or shopping mall, we inch closer to what could become a chilling reality. He also offers honey-based recipes, cooking tips, and home remedies–further evidence of the gifts these creatures have bestowed on us. Told with wit, wisdom, and affection, and rich with anecdote and science, Letters from the Hive is nature writing at its best. This is natural history to be treasured, a sweet tribute that buzzes with life.

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  12. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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  13. The Benevolent Bee : Capture the Bounty of the Hive through Science, History, Home Remedies and Craft

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