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Re: [penn-permaculture] Bees

From: Ruth Ann L.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 9:19 PM
Check out Rodale Institute’s website.  They started a bee study last year.  I think they are having a two day seminar in two weeks.
Sent: Wednesday, February 06,[masked]:11 PM
Subject: [penn-permaculture] Bees

Greetings.....we live in south Jersey and are buying a hive (new of course). As far as bees, we have a connection in PA who gets them from Georgia, but does anyone have suggestions/connections closer? I mean, I was reading that NY bees were hardier for this area..... Also, we didn't finalize our purchase of the new hive, so if there are any recommended vendors that would be great. Thanks friends.

-Ed F.

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