Feeling like this bee being back home from Sweden from our / Shed field trip to @faviken. _ If you’ve been trying to get a hold of us sorry, we’ll get to you soon!
Feeling the love. All sold out for June, see you in July!
Desert native flowers | fresh honey from the same flowers | taos white corn | piñon nut
spring weeds | native hops | blue spruce shoots | asparagus
Native wax currant in bloom
Red willow in bloom
These ladies are merely two weeks old, coming all the way from Mendacino CA. In their two weeks of being with us they have stocked up a ton of honey. Taking advantage of the abundance’s of the desert even in this dry spell. Foraging on the blossoms of red willow, native plum, three leaf sumac, our apples, wax currant, lilac, and dandelion to name a few. Can’t wait to try the honey!
Ringneck pheasants joining the family!
Weeds for tonight’s dinner _ Alfalfa Blue spruce Dandelion Native plum blossom Native rose Quelite River mint Siberian elm Yarrow
Native plum blossoms (Prunus americana), picked and distilled to preserve the aroma. These particular plum blossoms smell like the sweetest white corn!
Kinship over ownership _ This is Maggie, roughly one month old. He just keeps getting more adorable!
Lilac | Native NM hops | asparagus | piñon nut
Welcome back Globe Mallow
Baby Indian runner ducklings joining the family
It’s been great having my sister @lyssa.o full time on the farm, she’s killing it so far taking care of all the animals and experimenting with baking among everything else!
Our new bees, all the way from Mendacino CA
Happy mother earth day everyone (coincidently also my mother’s birthday, happy birthday Mom!), a day we should celebrate more and more often. I’m endlessly thankful for the constant abundance!
On our way back home