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SUMMER MARKETS FOR 2020 will be deeply impacted, at least for now, by Covid-19.
*** Modified markets are opening!****
We will be at the Roberts Creek Community market TODAY, JUNE 03, 2020 from 1:30 to 5:30. There will be COVID-19 precautions in place, so bring a mask for yourself, remember your physical distancing protocols, and come check out the market. Be patient as the space, although outside is small, so limited numbers of people at one time and a one way in, one way out process!
New Season has not yet been pulled. Blackberry flowers are just opening now and the girls are ready to go on that.
We are participating with the PERSEPHONE FARM food basket programs and we are proud to be newly associated to LONE WOLF BAKERY. (both in Sechelt and Gibsons outlets)
We will also be again with La Fromagerie de Baie at the Gibsons Public market, The Olive Oil store in Lower Gibsons, The Roberts Creek Health Food store and Gourmet Girl in Davis Bay.
If you need honey – The Gibsons Farm Collective is and will continue carrying our products. http://www.gibsonsfarmcollective.com/stage/
I have been asked to sell on-line, but due to the amount of time I spend outside with bees, in the honey house, making product, looking after “home” house-cleany things – I am not able to reliably be on the computer to monitor and manage an on-line store (I am terrible enough keeping up a website). But as pick up points are established – we go from there. Send me an email email@example.com if you have questions.
We have an amazing community on the Coast. Everyone doing an amazing job either staying home, staying apart, being creative, supporting each other, supporting businesses. Everywhere I go as I check my bees I see more and more raised beds going in, people working as neighbourhood hubs creating communication circles, developing plans for backyard growing exchanges.
Take good care everyone – be like the bees, each individual is working for the good of the colony!
Lets take especially good care of our “nurse bees” and our “guard bees”