In the rolling hills of Williamsport, one man is doing everything he can to help some of nature’s most important creatures.
Jason Conley did not wake up one day and decide to call himself “the Bee Man.” It’s a title he’s earned after making honeybees his life’s work, and spending decades studying them and helping them thrive in Eastern Kentucky.
Conley is a third-generation apiarist, so he grew up around bees. Inspired by his grandfather and father, by age 12, he was working with the bees himself, and harvesting hives from trees in the area. Later on, he continued his bee education at Alabama A&M.
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