Our first dip in the dirt is fun in the moment and fills us with so much excitement for the bursting forth of all the growing things!
Many people want to learn to garden, or dream big about their garden goals, but get paralyzed in the process. This post offers a simple remedy.
In this post, check out one of the easiest things to do with your bucket of pears, and one of the tastiest.
One honeybee hive died, and one survived our first winter. A search for the cause of death, and a proper burial by caring children.
With snow being a possibility for approximately 6 months out of our MN year (Nov-Apr, and we have had blizzards in May!), I needed to come to terms with winter. Here’s how I did it!
Our first season as beekeepers has come to a close. We’ve had an amazing time watching both colonies grow in number, build wax comb, store pollen and nectar, make propolis and all the other bee things. We didn’t get to take honey for ourselves, but that’s ok. It is what I expected as each colony needs approximately […]