Advertise on

Results tagged with 'beekeeping'

Articles (4) - Blogs (0)



Kallas Honey sweetens local business

Published Oct. 25, 2014

In 1941, John P. Kallas started Kallas Honey, a local business that will soon turn 75. The company launched in the Kallas' Glendale home and later moved to a larger facility, also in Glendale. In 1999, Kallas Honey moved to its current facility at 5500 W. Douglas Ave.


Dabble into the potentially exciting unknown

Published Jan. 30, 2012

Starting a new hobby or learning a new skill is a big commitment and most people just don't have the time or the energy. With this in mind, a new website,, allows Milwaukee residents to try one-time classes to decide if it's something they want to pursue further.


City folk keep chickens, bees

Published July 22, 2011

Last March, beekeeping became legal in Milwaukee, and on July 28, residents can apply for a permit to keep chickens, too. In this article, meet Milwaukeeans who have already opened their yards to birds or bees.


Honey of a Museum shares a bee-licious history

Published Oct. 7, 2002

Located just 10 minutes north of Oconomowoc, one of the country's top honey producers, Honey Acres -- a family-run company for five generations -- houses a museum that traces the history of beekeeping around the world and much more.

Reader blogs:

There are no reader blogs tagged with beekeeping

Write a blog now!