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Zionized 52: Urban Bee Keeping

Bees, books, and pain.


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The Salt Lake City Public Library has placed a bee hive on the rooftop garden. A recently passed ordinance by the Salt Lake City Council allows for backyard bee keepers to maintain hives in town. Frank Whitby, a backyard bee keeper spoke to Zionized about the hive and the honey. Don't worry about getting stung, these bees are nice unless you stick a camera in their hive.