The Honey Bee Initiative
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A Sweet Opportunity

A Sweet Opportunity

Mason is buzzing with talk of bees now that the Fairfax Campus is home to two European honey bee apiaries, and more bee research and outreach is on the horizon.

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Bee Pins to Help Fund Scholarships

Bee Pins to Help Fund Scholarships

Mason's Office of Global and International Strategies and Phi Beta Delta international honor society are selling bee pins to raise funds for three scholarships. They will help fund students traveling with New Century College faculty member German Perilla as he visits the Amazon this summer.

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Save the Bees, Get Local Honey

Save the Bees, Get Local Honey

George Mason University’s New Century College wants your money, and in return, they’ll give you honey. F’real. Check out their Hivestarter Initiative on Indiegogo for more details, but know this: $25 gets you a 4 oz. bear full of honey, as long as they raise the $10,000.

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Bee-ing Educated

Bee-ing Educated

Thanks to the efforts of Kathleen Curtis and funding from the Patriot Green Fund and assistance from many facilities and departments at Mason, the Fairfax Campus has become home to a small but lively European honeybee apiary.

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