Seeing is bee-lieving

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Seeing is bee-lieving

Colo. beekeepers hope to educate with hives
Beekeeper Chad Ragland, left, discusses with hive builder Joshua Lloyd the possibility of expanding the enclosed glass hive to accommodate the growing population of Italian honeybees inside The Red Barn Farms and Gardens produce store in Grand Junction.
About 25,000 to 30,000 bees live in an enclosed hive in The Red Barn Farms and Gardens’ store in Grand Junction. Heather Baskin, left, observes with her son Joss, 6.
Bee owners Tarrin George and Levi Miller say their favorite reaction is that of kids. Izabell Lloyd, 5, of Clifton watches the hive at work in The Red Barn Farms and Gardens’ produce stand in Grand Junction.

Seeing is bee-lieving

Beekeeper Chad Ragland, left, discusses with hive builder Joshua Lloyd the possibility of expanding the enclosed glass hive to accommodate the growing population of Italian honeybees inside The Red Barn Farms and Gardens produce store in Grand Junction.
About 25,000 to 30,000 bees live in an enclosed hive in The Red Barn Farms and Gardens’ store in Grand Junction. Heather Baskin, left, observes with her son Joss, 6.
Bee owners Tarrin George and Levi Miller say their favorite reaction is that of kids. Izabell Lloyd, 5, of Clifton watches the hive at work in The Red Barn Farms and Gardens’ produce stand in Grand Junction.
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