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Group of Wash. inmates 'busy as bees' training to become beekeepers to save population
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KOMO News.com (Seattle, Washington area) Translate This Article
4 March 2017
On 4 March 2017 KOMO News.com (Seattle, Washington area) reported:
Candace Ralston ... is one of eight inmates at Washington's Corrections Center for Women learning to become a bee keeper. She's proud of what she's learning because of the need for bees. 'Bees nationwide are suffering massive losses,' said Gary Clueit, President of the Washington State Beekeepers Association. With that in mind, the Department of Corrections started a beekeeping program in 2014 with the idea that inmates may find value in training to become a beekeeper.
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