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Wednesday, September 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Airway Heights prison beekeeping program inspires sustainability and self-improvement

AHCC had gardening and composting programs for years, but in spring 2016 the prison approached master beekeeper Jim Miller with a proposal to create a cutting-edge apprenticeship program at the …


Save the bees: citizen scientists asked to track bumble bees in Pacific Northwest

You, fine citizen, can help save the bees.


Gardening: Pat Munts encourages gardeners to do their part to help threatened pollinators

Homeowners can turn their gardens into pollinator friendly oases


Spin Control: Washington lawmakers, Inslee get poor report card for 2016 session

Lobbyists give the 2016 session a low grade. Campaign finance trial delayed. Bees coming to Capitol campus.


Learn how to lure, keep pollinators in garden

The news was sad a couple of weeks ago when more than 50,000 bumble bees perished after foraging on linden tree blossoms in Wilsonville, Ore. The cause? The improper application …


Figuring out the buzz about bee swarms

This has been an active year for honeybee swarms. Many beekeepers are reporting a lot of requests to retrieve swarms all over the Inland Northwest. They aren’t all out in …


Figuring out the buzz about bee swarms

This has been an active year for honeybee swarms. Many beekeepers are reporting a lot of requests to retrieve swarms all over the Inland Northwest. They aren’t all out in …