We have limited Pure and Raw NM honey this season due to the erratic weather our southern Rocky Mountain region experienced this past bee season.
First and foremost- we make sure that our bees have enough to overwinter and to begin next season with good, natural food- their own honey and pollen. And we only pull what we deem extra- this year we are being very conservative in order to take into account the upcoming winter and spring 2012 commencement forecasts.
We have several varietals this season from the spring down by the northern Rio Grande, as well as a little spring desert bloom from southern NM and also summer and fall bloom varietals from our mountain High Road apiaries. We also have beeswax candles in recycled glass and also real honeycomb earrings and jewelry and bee photo notecards.
You can visit us and our representative Rosemary and Resa at the following upcoming events:
October 23rd: Tortugas Pueblo Benefit Enchilada Dinner
Tortugas is Melanie’s “home” pueblo. Fundraising goes to benefit the Dec. 12th Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Located near Las Cruces, NM.
October 28th-29th, 2011
Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference
at the Northern NM College in Espanola, NM.
More info on the event at:
November 5th-6th, 2011: Dixon Studio Tour
We will also be offering our NM varietal honeys and bee goodies at the Dixon Studio Tour Mercado (located in the elementary school cafeteria) in Dixon, NM.
This is a great time to see the fall colors and enjoy the sense of northern NM community!
November 11, 2011: Jemez Pueblo Feast Day
We’ll be on the main Walatowa Avenue offering our seasonal harvest and enjoying the festivities.
More events to be added as supply lasts!
We will be conjuring up some unique gift baskets for the holidays and get them added with pics as we can.
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