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In rural Appalachia, beekeeping offers a new path for coal miners
by Brennan Hafner
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12 September 2019
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Nearly 40 percent of coal jobs disappeared over the past decade. The Appalachian Beekeeping Collective is offering West Virginians a new future. Appalachian Beekeeping Collective ... teaches people in rural West Virginia how to keep bees for profit. The Collective provides its graduates with free bees, hives, and routine mentoring, collects and bottles their honey, and sells it for them at $25 a jar. Now in its second year, the Collective includes 34 beekeepers.
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