We're here in NJ now. We won't be totally settled in until September but in the meantime we've set up a temporary fort for
I'll admit it. I'm having a hard time blogging right now. I can't find the words. It's not that I have nothing to talk about,
About a dozen of these funny little things will be living at the farm. They have the same hatch date as the chicks we're
Hey folks! Sorry for the silence on my end...I've been taking the opportunity to enjoy a little bit of freedom for the past week and
Photos from yesterday's honey harvest (by Eryn Stutts and yours truly.) The source: The bees that maketh the honey: Eryn cutting the comb from frames:
Any minute now my two apprentices, Lauren and Eryn will ring my doorbell. They are assisting me in the honey harvesting and bottling process today.
Watching this makes me so overjoyed to know that I'll soon have some critters like this looking after the farm...
This weekend I managed to run into an old beekeeping acquaintance named Deb Romano who is based further south from me in Brooklyn. She and