Beekeeper brings in thousands of bees to Woodlawn Cemetery

Hundreds of thousands of bees are calling the Woodlawn Cemetery home.



Beekeeper Andrew Cote says the Conservancy at the cemetery is the perfect breeding ground for the insects due to its large amount of trees.



He says the bees spend their days gathering water, nectar and pollen to make honey, which Cote jars and sells.



 


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