Every fall our beekeeper, Chuck Linebaugh, harvests the honey from our two hives. He typically takes 1/3 of the honey for us to jar and leaves 2/3 of the honey to feed the bees throughout the winter. This year, we were lucky enough to harvest 4 gallons of honey! I jar the honey at my house: first I sterilize the jars and tops by boiling them in water for 5 minutes. Then, they dry over night. Next, I warm up my kitchen so that the honey will flow nicely into each 6 oz. jar. It's messy but I've kinda got a good system down and don't waste much honey at all. Jars will be for sale December 18, 19 and 20 in the front hall of Mayer from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Only $10 a jar and 100% of sales goes right back into The Garden Project budget to keep our honey bees and chickens happy. Everyone wins!