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Creating a buzz: how UK schools are embracing beekeeping
by Zofia Niemtus
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3 March 2017
On 3 March 2017 The Guardian reported:
Teachers are discovering that beehives can provide exciting opportunities to learn outside the classroom. Dr Julia Hoggard has kept bees for 30 years and runs a 20-acre, bee-orientated nature reserve in Cumbria. For the past year, she has been working with a local primary school, helping the students to create their own hives.
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