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Full disclosure: My wife is one. And now, in the wake of CCD, it has also acquired a patina of tragic charisma. In another 10 or 20 pages, we could have learned, for instance, about the toll that his peripatetic job takes on his family back in California while he is summering with his bees in the dusty North Dakota town of Gackle.
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Nor does the book leave us in despair. Nordhaus reminds us that bee colonies have been collapsing almost as soon as they arrived on these shores with the capital-C Colonists around If anything, she leaves us on a hopeful note, one to which Bostonians can relate: Wait till next year.
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This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator Nordhaus, Hannah. Summary Recounts the experiences of John Miller, one of the foremost migratory beekeepers, who, despite mysterious epidemics that threaten American honey populations--and the nation's agribusiness--forges on and moves ahead in a new natural world.
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Publication New York, Harper Perennial, c Edition 1st ed. Extent p. Isbn Label The beekeeper's lament : how one man and half a billion honey bees help feed America, Hannah Nordhaus Instantiates The beekeeper's lament : how one man and half a billion honey bees help feed America Publication New York, Harper Perennial, c Dimensions 21 cm.
Isbn Isbn Type pbk. Lccn bl Other physical details ill. He loves his bees, he takes excellent care of them, and it is becoming clear to him that even best management practices may not be enough to keep honeybees going at the frantic rate at which they are currently required to perform. He and others about whom this book is written are working to find safer, more sustainable practices for beekeeping.
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January 15, But right now it appears that the bees may be losing. The hurdles facing honeybees in the world of modern industrial agriculture are many and complex. Honeybees have suffered massive die-offs for as long as humans have been observing them. SEJ Publication Types:.