Beekeeper Creates Buzz With Locally-sourced Honey From Backyard Hives

By Zac Schultz | October 14, 2014


Nathan Clarke has set up bee hives in other people’s backyards all over Madison.  Find out what possessed a man who is allergic to bees to become a beekeeper… and what inspired him to scatter his bees throughout the city.

Urban beekeeping has become a growing trend in towns and cities all over the country, with beekeepers tending hives and harvesting honey.

Zac Schultz

Zac Schultz is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who thinks three-minute stories and one-line bio descriptions are woefully brief.
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