Environment Biodiversity Beekeeper is a Presidential Award Winner

Beekeeper is a Presidential Award Winner
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A Washington, D.C., native and Virginia Tech graduate, Ann Harman worked as a chemist for a while, but the pull of the bee was too strong to resist. She eventually took classes in apiculture (beekeeping) and entomology (the study of insects) at the University of Maryland. She moved to Rappahannock County, where she became a beekeeper and worked her way to dozens of awards and recognitions. Her most cherished prize is her recent President’s Call to Service Award, which is given to people who have worked more than 4,000 hours of volunteer service overseas.



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