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Raphael Calderon in the laboratory of the Cinat studies a piece of brood before carrying out pathological analyses. The Centre of Investigation in to Tropical Apiculture (CINAT) of Costa Rica also develops communications with the general public about the stingless bee, trains beekeepers and proposes analyses of honey and bees at minimum cost to the beekeepers. The tropical world of stingless beesRaphael Calderon in the laboratory of the Cinat studies a piece of brood before carrying out pathological analyses. The Centre of Investigation in to Tropical Apiculture (CINAT) of Costa Rica also develops communications with the general public about the stingless bee, trains beekeepers and proposes analyses of honey and bees at minimum cost to the beekeepers. The tropical world of stingless beesRaphael Calderon in the laboratory of the Cinat studies a piece of brood before carrying out pathological analyses. The Centre of Investigation in to Tropical Apiculture (CINAT) of Costa Rica also develops communications with the general public about the stingless bee, trains beekeepers and proposes analyses of honey and bees at minimum cost to the beekeepers. The tropical world of stingless bees© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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On the roads of perpetual honey flow, 54 In Bathurst, Tim Malfroy's team during a weekend of courses in natural apiculture with the Warré type of hives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, 54 In Bathurst, Tim Malfroy's team during a weekend of courses in natural apiculture with the Warré type of hives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, 54 In Bathurst, Tim Malfroy's team during a weekend of courses in natural apiculture with the Warré type of hives. NSW, Australia© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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On the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, Australia© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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On the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, AustraliaOn the roads of perpetual honey flow, Preparations for the transhumance: loading the hives at Frank Malfroy's apiary. Frank is a commercial beekeeper who owns a stock of 1,000 organically-raised beehives. NSW, Australia© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. On a apiary in China ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. On a apiary in China ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. On a apiary in China China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper in her tent, which is also her home for the eight months out of the year when the beekeepers travel from flowering field to flowering field. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper in her tent, which is also her home for the eight months out of the year when the beekeepers travel from flowering field to flowering field. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper in her tent, which is also her home for the eight months out of the year when the beekeepers travel from flowering field to flowering field. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The hives are transported on trucks at nightfall. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The hives are transported on trucks at nightfall. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The hives are transported on trucks at nightfall. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper works on her hives in the middle of the day surrounded by a multitude of bees in flight. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper works on her hives in the middle of the day surrounded by a multitude of bees in flight. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. A beekeeper works on her hives in the middle of the day surrounded by a multitude of bees in flight. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The honey is harvested as it is produced, the frames of honey combs being emptied by manual extractors. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The honey is harvested as it is produced, the frames of honey combs being emptied by manual extractors. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The honey is harvested as it is produced, the frames of honey combs being emptied by manual extractors. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The bees have built new cells and a new wax honeycomb. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The bees have built new cells and a new wax honeycomb. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The bees have built new cells and a new wax honeycomb. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The road taken each day by the thousands of tourists is protected by a net that obliges the bees from this apiary to fly higher or in another direction. The Italian bees used by Chinese beekeepers are of a rare gentleness and stings are rare for the tourists. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The road taken each day by the thousands of tourists is protected by a net that obliges the bees from this apiary to fly higher or in another direction. The Italian bees used by Chinese beekeepers are of a rare gentleness and stings are rare for the tourists. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The road taken each day by the thousands of tourists is protected by a net that obliges the bees from this apiary to fly higher or in another direction. The Italian bees used by Chinese beekeepers are of a rare gentleness and stings are rare for the tourists. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Daily life: professional beekeepers live for nearly eight months in tents near their hives. They migrate the hives from one flowering to another on rented trucks. They work as a family and also produce royal jelly and pollen that they sell to wholesalers. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Daily life: professional beekeepers live for nearly eight months in tents near their hives. They migrate the hives from one flowering to another on rented trucks. They work as a family and also produce royal jelly and pollen that they sell to wholesalers. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Daily life: professional beekeepers live for nearly eight months in tents near their hives. They migrate the hives from one flowering to another on rented trucks. They work as a family and also produce royal jelly and pollen that they sell to wholesalers. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Like the installation of the swarms, the end of the show requires good coordination. The queens are reinstalled in their hives and the bees chased with a small brush ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Like the installation of the swarms, the end of the show requires good coordination. The queens are reinstalled in their hives and the bees chased with a small brush ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Like the installation of the swarms, the end of the show requires good coordination. The queens are reinstalled in their hives and the bees chased with a small brush China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Covered in bees, Mister Yang Chuan tries to smile to the gathered crowd while the anchormen from CCTV4 continue the program with a lot of courage. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The beard of bees requires unfaltering sang-froid. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The beard of bees requires unfaltering sang-froid. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. The beard of bees requires unfaltering sang-froid. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Yang Chuan in his apiary during a show to promote the beekeepers set up in Jinji Lin, filmed for a program on the national television's Channel CCTV 4. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Yang Chuan in his apiary during a show to promote the beekeepers set up in Jinji Lin, filmed for a program on the national television's Channel CCTV 4. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Yang Chuan in his apiary during a show to promote the beekeepers set up in Jinji Lin, filmed for a program on the national television's Channel CCTV 4. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. A young beekeeper behind his stand uses a manual honey extractor for harvesting. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. A young beekeeper behind his stand uses a manual honey extractor for harvesting. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. A young beekeeper behind his stand uses a manual honey extractor for harvesting. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The village of Jinji Lin. Tourists from the cities come across the beekeepers’ tents on the road leading to the panoramic views from the Hills of the Golden Rooster. Nearly 10 million people visit the region during the flowering of the rape. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The village of Jinji Lin. Tourists from the cities come across the beekeepers’ tents on the road leading to the panoramic views from the Hills of the Golden Rooster. Nearly 10 million people visit the region during the flowering of the rape. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The village of Jinji Lin. Tourists from the cities come across the beekeepers’ tents on the road leading to the panoramic views from the Hills of the Golden Rooster. Nearly 10 million people visit the region during the flowering of the rape. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Thousands of bees fly in all directions. In the 1990s, Chinese beekeepers abandoned the Chinese Cerana bees to import European bees of the Italian species for their exceptional yields and their gentleness. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Thousands of bees fly in all directions. In the 1990s, Chinese beekeepers abandoned the Chinese Cerana bees to import European bees of the Italian species for their exceptional yields and their gentleness. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Thousands of bees fly in all directions. In the 1990s, Chinese beekeepers abandoned the Chinese Cerana bees to import European bees of the Italian species for their exceptional yields and their gentleness. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The beekeepers offer all the wealth from the hives to the city tourists who discover royal jelly, pollen and different honeys. The most prized is the rape flower honey harvested in front of them. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The beekeepers offer all the wealth from the hives to the city tourists who discover royal jelly, pollen and different honeys. The most prized is the rape flower honey harvested in front of them. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. The beekeepers offer all the wealth from the hives to the city tourists who discover royal jelly, pollen and different honeys. The most prized is the rape flower honey harvested in front of them. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. In February and March, the village of Jinji Lin (the Hills of the Golden Rooster) is certainly the most prized spot for the Chinese tourists come to see the panorama of rape fields stretching to the horizon. Beekeepers and vendors have set up camp for one and a half months along the road that leads to the hills that provide the best views. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. In February and March, the village of Jinji Lin (the Hills of the Golden Rooster) is certainly the most prized spot for the Chinese tourists come to see the panorama of rape fields stretching to the horizon. Beekeepers and vendors have set up camp for one and a half months along the road that leads to the hills that provide the best views. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. In February and March, the village of Jinji Lin (the Hills of the Golden Rooster) is certainly the most prized spot for the Chinese tourists come to see the panorama of rape fields stretching to the horizon. Beekeepers and vendors have set up camp for one and a half months along the road that leads to the hills that provide the best views. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Honey Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Huang in a field of rape. He is opening a hive from which he harvests honey every day for his best customers at the moment, the tourists. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Huang in a field of rape. He is opening a hive from which he harvests honey every day for his best customers at the moment, the tourists. ChinaHoney Yellow Peril - Beekeeping and mass tourism on rapeseed field in Luoping, Yunnan. Luoping, Yunnan. Mister Huang in a field of rape. He is opening a hive from which he harvests honey every day for his best customers at the moment, the tourists. China© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté sets up in the green and organic markets in the city of New York at Union Square and in Tompkins Square Park to sell his New York bees’ production and also the honey from his 220 hives in Connecticut. USAUrban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté sets up in the green and organic markets in the city of New York at Union Square and in Tompkins Square Park to sell his New York bees’ production and also the honey from his 220 hives in Connecticut. USAUrban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté sets up in the green and organic markets in the city of New York at Union Square and in Tompkins Square Park to sell his New York bees’ production and also the honey from his 220 hives in Connecticut. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ron Breland, 64 years old, is a teacher at the private Rockland Country Day School of Congers, thirteen or so miles out of Manhattan. He set up the hives of his design in the school’s organic garden and teaches apiculture to children from nursery to secondary school. “It’s extraordinary, just using my type of hive and smoking them with sage, I can open a hive without any danger to the kindergarten pupils. The bees raised like that are so much gentler and we practically never have any stings.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Ron Breland, 64 years old, is a teacher at the private Rockland Country Day School of Congers, thirteen or so miles out of Manhattan. He set up the hives of his design in the school’s organic garden and teaches apiculture to children from nursery to secondary school. “It’s extraordinary, just using my type of hive and smoking them with sage, I can open a hive without any danger to the kindergarten pupils. The bees raised like that are so much gentler and we practically never have any stings.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Ron Breland, 64 years old, is a teacher at the private Rockland Country Day School of Congers, thirteen or so miles out of Manhattan. He set up the hives of his design in the school’s organic garden and teaches apiculture to children from nursery to secondary school. “It’s extraordinary, just using my type of hive and smoking them with sage, I can open a hive without any danger to the kindergarten pupils. The bees raised like that are so much gentler and we practically never have any stings.” USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - A smoker, one of the beekeeper’s tools, sitting on a Trabant. Berlin, GermanyUrban Beekeeping - A smoker, one of the beekeeper’s tools, sitting on a Trabant. Berlin, GermanyUrban Beekeeping - A smoker, one of the beekeeper’s tools, sitting on a Trabant. Berlin, Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - David Graves, 59 years old, has 14 hives in New York. For him, the law shouldn’t change because it allows for regulation of beekeeping. The risks of swarms are high and only professional beekeepers should be authorized in New York. David is a professional beekeeper even if his stock doesn’t exceed 50 hives. He and his wife make fruit jams and jellies. USAUrban Beekeeping - David Graves, 59 years old, has 14 hives in New York. For him, the law shouldn’t change because it allows for regulation of beekeeping. The risks of swarms are high and only professional beekeepers should be authorized in New York. David is a professional beekeeper even if his stock doesn’t exceed 50 hives. He and his wife make fruit jams and jellies. USAUrban Beekeeping - David Graves, 59 years old, has 14 hives in New York. For him, the law shouldn’t change because it allows for regulation of beekeeping. The risks of swarms are high and only professional beekeepers should be authorized in New York. David is a professional beekeeper even if his stock doesn’t exceed 50 hives. He and his wife make fruit jams and jellies. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté, 38 years old, is the founder of the New York City Beekeepers’ Association, created in December 2008 and which is rapidly growing, bringing together experienced and beginner beekeepers and also all bee lovers. Here, at an apiary in Brooklyn. “Brooklyn abounds in lindens and acacias, the flora is diverse, but it’s the first year that we have a large number of hives in NYC”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté, 38 years old, is the founder of the New York City Beekeepers’ Association, created in December 2008 and which is rapidly growing, bringing together experienced and beginner beekeepers and also all bee lovers. Here, at an apiary in Brooklyn. “Brooklyn abounds in lindens and acacias, the flora is diverse, but it’s the first year that we have a large number of hives in NYC”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Andrew Coté, 38 years old, is the founder of the New York City Beekeepers’ Association, created in December 2008 and which is rapidly growing, bringing together experienced and beginner beekeepers and also all bee lovers. Here, at an apiary in Brooklyn. “Brooklyn abounds in lindens and acacias, the flora is diverse, but it’s the first year that we have a large number of hives in NYC”. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USAUrban Beekeeping - Megan Paska, 29 years old, from Brooklyn. She started beekeeping in January. “I come from Baltimore in Maryland but my family is from the country and during my childhood, we had a garden. For me, who came to New York recently, it is also a way of meeting people with different interests. I am fascinated. I open my hive every week, watching the bees is for me like meditation, a way to relax. I work for a company that makes children’s clothing”. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - At the organic market on Union Square, Andrew Coté sells his honey from New York and also the honey that he produces in Connecticut to a trendy clientele. He works with Justfood.org to have a bigger base in the circle of community and educational gardens. USAUrban Beekeeping - At the organic market on Union Square, Andrew Coté sells his honey from New York and also the honey that he produces in Connecticut to a trendy clientele. He works with Justfood.org to have a bigger base in the circle of community and educational gardens. USAUrban Beekeeping - At the organic market on Union Square, Andrew Coté sells his honey from New York and also the honey that he produces in Connecticut to a trendy clientele. He works with Justfood.org to have a bigger base in the circle of community and educational gardens. USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm, looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm, looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USAUrban Beekeeping - Adam Johnson, 35 years old, associate lawyer in a New York law firm, looks after four hives in a neighboring community garden. “The New York City Beekeepers’ Association to which I belong thinks there are about a hundred hives in New York. But, that’s only counting our group and the known beekeepers. If you add people of Mexican and Puerto Rican origins, who have rural roots, and other groups of young people, the figures could get as high as 500 hives.” USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Pollination week in New York started with a costume ball on June 22, 2009. A couple of bees out for a good time eat a hot-dog covered in honey-flavored mustard. Forbidden beekeeping is underground…but so chic… USAUrban Beekeeping - Pollination week in New York started with a costume ball on June 22, 2009. A couple of bees out for a good time eat a hot-dog covered in honey-flavored mustard. Forbidden beekeeping is underground…but so chic… USAUrban Beekeeping - Pollination week in New York started with a costume ball on June 22, 2009. A couple of bees out for a good time eat a hot-dog covered in honey-flavored mustard. Forbidden beekeeping is underground…but so chic… USA© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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