These urban beekeepers are rebuilding Detroit one hive at a time.
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Tim Paule and Nicole Lindsey are converting Detroit’s vacant housing lots into urban bee farms. The young couple is transforming their community one hive at a time by bringing diversity to the field of beekeeping and creating opportunities for the city’s youth. Detroit Hives shares their story in this film by Spruce Tone Films.
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