Oregon 1859 Magazine article on Camano Island tourism
https://1859oregonmagazine.com/explore-oregon/northwest-destination-retreat-to-camano-island-a-pint-sized-nirvana-for-all-manner-of-play/?fbclid=IwAR2PWvNbWX7nUWJotNhyaaiwjqZyPkuTUre-jnGwoQEL1NHXcVlBBOe8f-w Last summer we did a tourism event partnered with the Whidbey and Camano Islands Tourism for the International Food Wine and Travel Writers Assn.....Thank you Sherrye Wyatt for [...]
Washington State Beekeepers now have Liability Protection!!
The following is an exerpt from the WASBA newsletter dated May 2019. Yours truly was on hand for the signing in Olympia (obviously since I'm in the picture!! lol!!) and [...]
Spring Is Here With or Without Daylight Savings
I've been asked, "Does daylight savings matter to bees?". Obviously, the answer is no - their day is the same whether we call it 5:00 or 6:00. Daylight savings being [...]
The Land of Milk and Honey
Being a dairy owner in a previous life (kinda went hand in hand with my veterinary practice), I have now been through both the worlds of milk and honey!! lol!! [...]
Dearth – what is that?
Dearth. It’s a beekeeping term that defines the periods of beekeeping that nectar (food for honey bees, bumbles or hummingbirds) isn’t available to them in the environment. How and why [...]
Plants, Nectar, and Pollinators
When we look at flowers we automatically think - productive, pollinator friendly, healthy plant. Well, nothing is black and white - I love that part of our existence on this [...]