As Winter finally ends in the Inland Northwest and Spring arrives--it is a great time to begin thinking about your bee- friendly yards and gardens, and what You can do to help our pollinators.
*plant flowers *avoid pesticides
IF youare interested in becoming a beekeeper yourself(yay!!), we do offer some group "yard days" throughout spring/ summer/ and fall. This can help the beginning beekeeper get some hands on experience, ask questions, and meet other beekeepers. Call or check our Events page for updates.
We will havea limited number of queens and nucs for sale in May, call the business phone at 509/280-1421 if you are interested to get on the list.
Fall and Winter '16
Our Honeybees had a great year and the honey harvest was good! It has been busy extracting with old friends and new beekeepers through September. We are happy to have honey for sale at this time. Call or message us through our Facebook web page, Mark T. Durst & Sons.
Fall is also when we have candles again. Nothing beats a cozy afternoon at home with candles and maybe a good book! , If you are interested-browse our Beeswax Candle selection. We will be happy to take orders through our website, or for pick up if you are local.
We do not sell equipment, but happily recommend Mann Lake and Dadant as two companies that can meet that need.