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Contact-free Deliveries in January 2021

I hope you had a happy and healthy holiday season. And what a way to start the new year? Over 70 degrees! Gotta love Kentucky’s mixed-up weather. My next contact-free deliveries will be Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Bowling Green) and Wednesday, Jan. 13 (Glasgow). I will have: Locally produced honey from […]


Honey and Other Gifts Available for Dec. Delivery

As we approach the winter solstice and the shortest day of the year, everything on the farm has settled into its winter routine. The ducks have completely stopped laying. Most of the time the bees are clustered in their hives, but will venture out if the temperatures warm up enough […]


Planting for Honey Bees – Final Class Reminder

I just wanted to remind everyone that on Nov. 18 at 7:00 p.m. CT / 8:00 p.m. ET, I will be teaching a class on planting for honey bees. In this class, we will begin by covering some basic concepts to consider when planting for honey bees and how to […]


Next contact-free deliveries Nov. 17 and 18

We’ve had some absolutely gorgeous days this week and I took full advantage of them! Hopefully you were able to do the same. Most of our trees are bare, but we still have a few that are strutting their fall colors. We also still have a few scattered flowers blooming […]


November 2020 Upcoming Talks and Events

October was a pretty busy month for talks and events. I enjoyed getting to talk with so many different people. It’ll be nice when we can meet in person again, but I appreciate the fact that so many groups are finding ways to keep going online. I also love the […]


Oct. 6 and 7, 2020 – Local Deliveries

Is it just me or does fall seem to be arriving faster than usual this year? Although some of the fall wildflowers in my fields seem late and are just hitting their peak, many others are slowly going to seed. My yard is also starting to get its fall coat […]


October 2020 Upcoming Events and Talks

I’m looking forward to several upcoming events and talks in October. Although I miss being able to meet everyone in person, the virtual aspect of the meetings eliminates travel constraints and lets me talk with groups that I probably wouldn’t be able to otherwise. If your organization would like to […]


Sept. 22 and 23, 2020 – Local Pick-ups / Deliveries

I can tell that the seasons are starting to change. The goldenrod has been in full bloom for over a month and we have lots of other miscellaneous fall flowers blooming on the farm. The honey bees have been working them all like crazy. The hives have the characteristic “goldenrod […]