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Vice President's wife installs beehive at official residence
by Darlene Superville
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6 June 2017
On 6 June 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen, has opened their government residence to more than a few new inhabitants: honeybees. At least 15,000 of them. Mrs. Pence showed off the beehive Tuesday [6 June], partly to draw attention to a decline in managed bee colonies that she and other officials say could negatively affect U.S. agricultural production. The bees at the Pence's residence will help the flower and vegetable gardens on the property . . .The honey they produce will be given away as gifts.
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Former First Lady Michelle Obama included a beehive with the garden she started on the White House South Lawn in 2009, also to help with pollination. The Obama White House used the honey in meals, in addition to bottling and gifting it.
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