Camano Island Honey has about 1.5 to 2 million bees busy pollinating plants on the island and making honey. But, it all began because one woman’s garden was not doing very well. Now, she’s responsible for an estimated one-third of the island’s honey bees!
Farm to Table is a popular phrase these days, but what exactly is it? On Whidbey and Camano Islands, it’s far more than a business relationship, it’s a personal understanding between farmer and chef. It’s a relationship born out of years of working with each other, trusting one another, and communication. It’s two halves of a whole. Find Our Farmers … Read More
Bird watching at Earth Sanctuary nature preserve reveals many exciting surprises. From majestic Bald Eagles and Osprey to tiny Rufous Hummingbirds and warblers, this 16 minute video highlights many of the birds you might see there and how they interact with the unique habitat Earth Sanctuary provides.