Learning about Beekeeping

Sarah’s Kitchen Gardens

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If you’ve been following The Healthy Honeybee for awhile, you know that I’m not posting as much as I used to. While this is mostly due to having more experience – not everything is a brand new event that I need to write about – it also has something to do with the fact that I’ve started another blog with a business to match:

Sarah’s Kitchen Gardens

I’ve kind of fallen into this by accident; I love growing food, especially starting plants from seeds, and this past spring I grew veggie and herb seedlings for the Little City Farm Seedling Sale, as well as Bailey’s Local Foods buying co-op. After talking with numerous friends and older wiser counsel, I’ve decided to follow my passion for baby plants and expand the operation many times over for this coming season.

The blog is updated fairly regularly – more regularly than this one, for sure – and in the coming months there will be many exciting news items and information about growing food. There’s already a stack of posts on the site, if you’d like to head over there and do some light garden reading.

Thanks for reading The Healthy Honeybee. If you are also interested in growing your own food, please stop by Sarah’s Kitchen Gardens, and also consider purchasing (non-certified but just as good) organically-grown seedlings or planters in the new year.

I will also be offering workshops for those who would like a bit of instruction in the area of gardening.

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Update: I think I will be able to be completely Organic-Certified for the spring planting season! That was some very exciting news I found out today (Jan 30, 2011) when I talked to the rep from Eco-Cert at the Guelph Organic Conference.

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