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Honeybee Heroes: Carter Latendresse at Catlin Gabel School

Honeybee Heroes: Carter Latendresse at Catlin Gabel School by Katie Boehnlein arter Latendresse is the sixth grade English teacher at Catlin Gabel School in Portland, OR. In addition to his classroom courses, which focus on fostering social responsibility in his students through ancient and contemporary literature, Carter is also the Garden Coordinator at the school. […]

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Honeybee Heroes: Ryan King at Southern Oregon University

An Alternative to Traditional Education Honeybee Heroes: Ryan King at Southern Oregon University by Katie Boehnlein outhern Oregon University in Ashland, OR is a “sweet” place to be. Ryan King, a recent graduate of Southern Oregon’s Master’s of Science in Environmental Education program, has just finished his thesis on apiary-based education, or the practice of […]

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Beehives Take Flight: “Honeybee Heroes” and apiary-based education in the Pacific Northwest

by Katie Boehnlein . n recent years, there has been an audible buzz, on both the community level and in the media, about the future of pollinators. In 2009, CLEARING asked you “Why Care About Pollinators?”  and the issue is still hot today. The future of the honeybee is especially worrisome, due to their direct […]

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