Beekeeping on Long Island's East End

Robin Blackley, of East End Apiaries in Southampton, is a beekeeper for farms on Long Island's East End. She has first-hand experience with the problems affecting bees including colony collapse disorder which is a threat to bee populations and agriculture around the world. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)

Robin Blackley, of East End Apiaries in Southampton, is a beekeeper for farms on Long Island's East End. She has first-hand experience with the problems affecting bees including colony collapse disorder which is a threat to bee populations and agriculture around the world. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)

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