Columbia, MO — On her blog Homestead Honey, Teri recently reviewed three varieties of raw honey, comb honey, and maple syrup from the Mohawk Valley Trading Company. In addition she is holding a giveaway for one jar each of Raw Adirondack Wildflower Honey, Raw Tulip Poplar-Black Locust Honey, Raw Buckwheat Honey, and a 32 oz. glass bottle of Grade A, Robust, Dark, Pure Maple Syrup.
Teri organized a honey sampling party with a few of her friends and neighbors to taste some of The Mohawk Valley Trading Company’s raw honeys. “It was instantly apparent that these are very high quality honeys. The flavors were rich, intense, and seasonal,” noted Teri. She said, “one taster remarked, “Pooh Bear would get his hand caught in this jar!””
To read the full review, please visit: http://homestead-honey.com/2014/02/27/raw-honey-and-maple-syrup-review-and-giveaway/
In October, 2012 Teri, along with her husband and two children, packed up their Oregon homestead of 13 years and moved to Northeast Missouri, where they are building a radical homestead on 10 acres of raw land. They are creating and cultivating organic gardens and planting food forests while they build an off-grid, 350 square foot home.
Their decision to move to Missouri and start another homestead from scratch was not an easy one, but it came from a strong desire to live in close community with friends, to own a piece of land on which they can grow their own food and live in harmony with nature, and most importantly, to live simply and without debt, so they can spend more time as a family, doing what they love.
Teri loves gardening, raising animals, knitting, reading, Waldorf Education, musical theater, dance, backpacking, and spending time with her Homestead Husband and their two little ones, ages 3 and 6. Teri hopes that in writing about these things, sharing tools, information, and resources, it will inspire others to have radical, abundant, and creative homes as well.
Posted by Betty
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