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February 5, 2009

Citizen Report: Musings of a Mad Beekeeper, Part 1

Donna Hartley and her husband, John, own Black Forest Honey. They maintain 150 hives, and in today’s “Citizen Report,” Hartley waxes philosophical about the nature of honeybees.

(The “Citizen Report” is a collaboration between the Colorado Springs Gazette and KRCC. More information is available at the YourHub link at ColoradoSprings.com.)

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  1. [...] For more about the bees, here’s a link back to Citizen Report: Musings of a Mad Beekeeper, Part I. [...]

    Pingback by KRCC Newsroom — September 3, 2009 @ 6:32 am

  2. [...] Musings of a Mad Beekeeper Continued Musings of a Mad Beekeeper [...]

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