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The queen bee ( darker and longer, in center of photo) in one of beekeeper Jerry Linser's hives, in Grant, Mn., on Sunday, May 4, 2014. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

Beekeeping clubs and classes are growing, with a mission to help stop the decline of the honeybee population

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GRANT, Minn. -- In Jerry Linser’s apiary rehab clinic, he holds one of his clients between his fingers.

“I know where you’ve been,” murmurs Linser to a honeybee, as he gently lifts it to the bee screen around his face. “You have a honey-tummy full of stuff, I can see it.”

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