San Mateo Ecovillage

We are a backyard gardening project aiming to show how people can live more sustainably in the suburbs. We have had extensive organic gardens including fruit trees. We have been raising chickens for many years and a couple of years ago, added beehives to our operation. Bees are more important that many realize for pollinating our crops. A CSA delivers boxes of food for more than two dozen families at our location and CSA members generally buy our extra eggs. They are beginning to buy our honey and honey comb as well, but we will need to look for other ways to sell as well.

Listing last updated on Sep 7, 2010

We are producing local honey including comb honey on a small scale in our suburban backyard. We are members of a local beekeeping guild. I expect to sell the honey locally and doubt that we will have enough to move beyond that....but perhaps with the other beekeepers in our county, we could create a store. We do describe our honey at greensolutions.org/RawHoney




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