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St. Croix honey

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When I read the article in the Avis the other day about the beekeeper who lost her bees, it was the first time I realized we actually even had beekeepers on the island. Do they produce local honey? Is it sold here? I looked at Plaza and all I found was some that was bottled in P.R with honey from the states.

Posted : August 13, 2007 8:36 pm
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Channel 4 Innovative, one of the tourist two channels, shows the downtown market, a guy there who sells local honey and it even fives out the phone number....If Innovative ever fixes my cable and I get the lower channels back, I will be happy to get that number for you...I actually think its at the frenchtown fish market on the show...

Posted : August 13, 2007 9:05 pm
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There are quite a few on stx. I don't know of anywhere that they sell it retail in stores, but they do sell it. My son has a hive, and knows Wanda and some of the others, so i will try to get a number from him of someone you could call.

Posted : August 13, 2007 9:11 pm
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Had a small honey bee infestation when we first bought this home here we found out about a local beekeeper thru teremix (just like stateside they dont do bees) and they they took the hive away for free.

Posted : August 13, 2007 11:31 pm
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