Beekeeper Marty Hanks opens a transport case April 27, 2015, before adding new bees to the Carolina Inn hives at a farm off Hatch Road west of Carrboro. Hanks, owner of Just Bee Apiary, is producing honey that will be used in food and drinks at the Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, located in the Carolina Inn on the UNC campus. The honey also will be available for sale at the inn.
Beekeeper Marty Hanks opens a transport case April 27, 2015, before adding new bees to the Carolina Inn hives at a farm off Hatch Road west of Carrboro. Hanks, owner of Just Bee Apiary, is producing honey that will be used in food and drinks at the Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, located in the Carolina Inn on the UNC campus. The honey also will be available for sale at the inn. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Beekeeper Marty Hanks opens a transport case April 27, 2015, before adding new bees to the Carolina Inn hives at a farm off Hatch Road west of Carrboro. Hanks, owner of Just Bee Apiary, is producing honey that will be used in food and drinks at the Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, located in the Carolina Inn on the UNC campus. The honey also will be available for sale at the inn. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com

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