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Keeping bees on the forest a challenge
The area along Route 66 where Arp's 70 beehives sit is dotted with white-flowered red root buckwheat and is close to rabbitbrush, rocky mountain beeweed and other wildflowers, he said. Arp has spent more than two decades pinpointing spots across the ...
California's pot movement is the topic for Author Day
He launched the Bee's “Weed Wars” blog the following year, just as California voters considered an initiative to legalize marijuana. He will sign copies of Weed Land (University of California Press, 264 pages, $19.95 plus tax with the Hornet Bookstore ...
The Bee's Peter Hecht is author of CSUS' 'One Book' selection
Sacramento Bee reporter Peter Hecht's account of marijuana – and those who grow, use and regulate it – is Sacramento State's “One Book” selection for 2015-16. Hecht, who earned his master's degree at California State University, Sacramento, said he was ...
Calling the pot matte black: The Painted Pottery of Acoma Pueblo
Matte black paint is achieved by using a mixture of hematite and Rocky Mountain bee weed. In about 1300, Acoma potters innovated glossy-finished pots with a paint containing lead.
The Bee's Peter Hecht to lecture at Sac State for 'One Book' program
Sacramento Bee reporter Peter Hecht's account of marijuana – and those who grow, use and regulate it – is Sacramento State's “One Book” selection for 2015-16. Hecht will lecture at noon and 7 p.m.

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