When Scott Irving retired from the automobile business, his wife strongly suggested that he get a hobby. In his 30s, Scott was a farmer, and had bees as pollinators. He thought he’d get a few hives and put them around his house. Today at 75, he’s got 500 hives and a thriving honey business, Riverview Apiaries, thanks to some intergenerational help, and perhaps a little divine intervention.
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