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The 9th Annual International Black Jar Honey Tasting Contest to benefit the Center for Honeybee Research
Thursday June 11 from 5:30-8:30pm,Renaissance Hotel, 31 Woodfin St, Asheville. They have their own beehives up on their roof!

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The Center for Honeybee Research is a grassroots, educational, research organization founded to collect objective data in an open-sourced, non-proprietary platform for the benefit of researchers, beekeepers, and policy makers — to ensure the survival of the honeybee.

This is necessary because honeybee colonies are failing to survive winter as never before in their 50 million year history.

Center for Honeybee Research exists to provide unbiased data straight from the hives of beekeepers all over the world, freely available to the public. We are taking the lead in systematically collecting scientific data to give us answers to the pressing issues plaguing the honeybee.

The Center for Honeybee Research’s goal is to collect and share information on the importance of honeybees for humans and the environment through:

Learn more about our annualĀ  Black Jar honey contest here!