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In this past winter, we lost every single bee colony. It was a frightful winter, and many beekeepers suffered similarly. Weeks of unending cold, coupled with all the viruses and parasites that plague all our honeybees. It wiped me out.

To restart with new bee colonies, the cost is $2,170 for the bees alone. The good news is, no investment is needed for hives or supplies.  As of April 24, we've managed to raise $885 from donations, gifts and farm revenues from hay sales.

If you'd like to help, now would be a really good time. A check to me personally, handed at the farmers market, or click on the button here, to make a donation. Thank you.

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