Posted October 22, 2014

Well, this post may be a little late in coming, as anyone who follows us on Facebook knows our honey was extracted and put up for sale earlier this month — the day the posting went up saying we had 3kg tubs, large jars and small jars available — we pretty much sold out of […]

Posted June 21, 2014

As many of you know, this long, harsh winter was extra hard on beekeepers right across Ontario, with bee yards everywhere suffering massive losses due to the extreme cold and delay in normal Spring weather. Despite the careful preparations we had undertaken last fall (making sure each hive was packed with honey for the bees, […]

Posted June 21, 2014

Cheers everyone — as promised, here’s a link to a more detailed interview with Shelley and I by our friend Mimi Jones-Taylor that was published on the Eatin’s Canada website. If you’re not familiar with Eatin’s Canada, we strongly suggest you spend some time exploring the site — it’s a fantastic resource for writing, reviews […]

Posted April 9, 2014

A good friend recently conducted an interview with Shelley and I for a Canadian food magazine and blog, Eatin’s Canada, which will be doing a feature on Bees and Bulbs sometime in May. In the meantime, an excerpt of the interview has been put up on the blog, Tummy Grumbles, so pop on over to […]

Posted April 3, 2014

  The winter of 2013 seems to be going on forever, and even as I write this on April 3rd the temperature seems barely able to crawl above zero, with warnings of more cold days still to come. The weather report on the radio is calling for potential flurries later today, and at the very […]

Posted August 14, 2013

Hive Hosting: We still have two spots available for our hive hosting program for the 2014 season. Are you interested in keeping bees but don’t have the expertise, equipment or time? All you need to do is provide a bee safe location, free of pesticides and we’ll provide the bees and everything they need. Click here to […]