Thursday, April 27, 2006

Honey?

Does anyone know of a local beekeeper/honey seller withing 10 miles of College Park, MD?
I am having trouble finding one and I need some local honey to help with allergies.

8 comments:

Theresa said...

These guys -- http://www.beefolks.com/index.asp -- are close, but not that close. They do have good honey. They might know of other producers closer to you. Or check out a farmer's market. According to About.com, there is one in Columbia:
Dobbins Center Farmers' Market
Dobbin Road & Route 175
Columbia, MD 21046
May - November
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Contact: Irene Glass
(410) 964-2020

See a list of several MD farmer's markets here: http://baltimore.about.com/cs/food/a/aa061900a.htm

My fiance uses local honey for allergies too. Of course, he is in Baltimore, not College Park, but I'll ask him if he has any ideas about local honey. Just not now cause it's midnight. :)

Good luck!

PuppyMomma said...

There is a health-food store on Rte. 1 that should have local honey. Remind me to get the info for you, 'cuz I don't have it right now.

Coleen said...

I'm wondering if Dave's Natural Market in Columbia might have any or know of where to get some...

Let me know if you need me to check them out for you!

MrsIrB said...

Try a farmer's market this weekend. Every one I've ever been to has a honey seller.

Laura said...

Wow! What a great response! I'm going to try the farmer's market this weekend, and if not I'll keep digging with the info y'all are giving. :D

Lolly said...

I have never heard of that farmer's market that Theresa mentioned - and it is so close to my place! I think that would be a great place to check, as well as Coleen's suggestion on David's Natural Market. There is also Roots, off Rt. 108 in Clarksville...

Amie said...

There's Sun & Earth in Annapolis, too....

Good luck - feel better!

PuppyMomma said...

Smile Herb Shop. I think its right there on Rte. 1 if I'm not mistaken. Across from UMD.