For anyone who ever wanted to have their own private honey supply or raise a garden that was the envy of the neighborhood, read on!
The “Organic Beekeeping 101” DVD is now available!
When you log on to http://im4bees.com/ and buy the DVD on Friday, December 3, between 6am until midnight, I have arranged for you to receive a bunch of valuable bonus gifts. The bonus items won’t cost you a thing, and are available ONLY as a “Thank You” on Friday!
With this DVD, you will get an up-close and personal look at the lives of bees – some of nature’s most fascinating (and often misunderstood) insects. You’ll also discover why the bee’s survival is so critical to our own. And you’ll realize that anyone (even you) can have a hive that thrives. All you need to do is follow Randy Sue’s excellent, easy-to-understand advice.
Remember this Friday, Dec. 3rd from 6am until midnight log on to http://im4bees.com/ and follow the instructions!
It makes a GREAT gift too!
Check out OrganicBeekeeping101.com too!
Also I’m proud to announce that the new DVD, “Organic Beekeeping 101 with Randy Sue” will be available before Christmas. This beautifully filmed program covers everything you need to know to keep bees the natural way.
I am SO excited!
I have been keeping honeybees in Kenwood, California since May 2008 where I started with one hive. I have now built it up to four – so far. I love my honeybees (as well as all living things) but I especially wanted to do something to help preserve and protect the bees I have brought home to be under my care.
“Randy Sue’s Bee Haven” started with a desire to create a garden where the “girls” could forage all year long. After visiting several gardens and sanctuaries, like the Melissa Garden in Sebastopol, http://www.themelissagarden.com/index.html, I decided to create a sanctuary for my bees. I’m now in the process of making a pollinator’s garden consisting of bee-friendly flowers, fruits and vegetables.
Mark and Kathleen Bunte, owner/operators of Sonoma Valley Landscape in Kenwood, California~ (707) 217-4988 or (707) 217-9336 are helping me get ready to plant.
March 25, 2009 ~ Day 1 ~ I mowed yesterday, so now Mark, and his employee, Jesus, will begin soil prep.
March 25, 2009 ~ Day 1 – Jesus is adding the calcium to the soil. It’s crushed oyster shells from the Bay Area that were barged into Petaluma for processing. Mark determined the soil was calcium deficient so he balanced it out to promote microbial growth which promotes healthy, thriving plants.
March 25, 2009 ~ Day 1 – Mark has begun to dig the trench to bring water to the garden.