There’s a buzz about this business

“We just started making them, and people started buying them,” says Mancos resident Barry Livingston discussing the beehives he originally made for personal use during the Urban Beekeeping Workshop. The workshop was one of many do-it-yourself workshops presented Sunday at the Homesteader’s Faire during the 4 Corners Green Living Expo at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Livingston and his wife, Ansley, now operate their own bee-related business, Sticky Feathers. Enlarge photo

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“We just started making them, and people started buying them,” says Mancos resident Barry Livingston discussing the beehives he originally made for personal use during the Urban Beekeeping Workshop. The workshop was one of many do-it-yourself workshops presented Sunday at the Homesteader’s Faire during the 4 Corners Green Living Expo at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Livingston and his wife, Ansley, now operate their own bee-related business, Sticky Feathers.

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