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South Pond Farms
Beekeeping and all the delicious by-products!
It’s been a hot summer, but we’ve finally received much-needed rains and everything on the farm is lush and green again
Tea and the farm seem to go together like bees and clover.
True, every day is Earth Day at South Pond Farms, but on April 22nd, Danielle French and the crew pause to honour, reflect, and revel in their precious little corner of Mother Earth.
Digging out from an Ontario Winter, Danielle French discovers treasure, trash, and a little inspiration for her front door.
Each spring, along with the arrival of birds and buds, come piles and piles of firewood, and Danielle French has to stack it just so – or else.
For Danielle French, the unintended consequence of an outdoor freezer is just another lesson learned the hard way at South Pond Farms.
It’s the dead of winter, and Danielle French is thinking about soil, seeds and barbecues.
In 2006, Danielle French and her ex-husband bought the dream of country life complete with a crumbling barn, missing floorboards, and too many pigeons to count. The marriage didn’t survive, but along came a cowboy. Together they restored the farm and the dream.