Monthly Archives: February 2012

Bee Houses – from eastern Europe to Oak Harbor, WA

  I am fascinated by eastern European Bee Houses.  I do not know much about them, so if you do, please share your wisdom.  The mobile ones seem like such a wonderful elegant solution to moving small numbers of bees around: … Continue reading

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To Feed or Not To Feed and When To Feed?

A robin crossed my path a few days ago.  The alders are displaying their still  closed catkins.  The chickadees have been singing for a few weeks.  Spring is coming.  The crocuses usually follow the robins by 2 weeks.  About 6 … Continue reading

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Taxing Sugar – including honey – to keep us safe?

A recent article in February 2nd comment section of Nature magazine  has created quite a stir, and indeed set my mind to pondering. The authors point out that sugar, which includes honey, is toxic, if you eat a lot of … Continue reading

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Raw Honey Infused Vinegar: drinking vinegar and so much more

Imagine my surprise when I discovered yesterday that my wonderful (if I do say so myself) Raw Honey Infused Organic Vinegars are totally cool!  Do we still say “totally cool”?  That alone should show how far out of the loop … Continue reading

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