Every Tuesday at 10:30am and Thursday at 1:30pm during July & August at 1:30 pm join us for a guided tour of the farm, our beekeeping operation, production areas and honey shop.
Make a set of little candles to take home and taste some honey comb.
The honey farm is a great learning environment for the whole family. There are many hands-on educational opportunities. Tour fee is $5.00 / person.
Here are a few sites full of information about the honey bee:
www.ontariobee.com Visit sales and services for a great eacher's kit and tons of fun information. There is additional nutrition research found on this site as well.
www.ontariohoney.ca for great recipes and ways to use honey
www.honeycouncil.ca The Canadian Honey Counciil. Click on "beekeeping" to get you started.
www.omafra.gov.on.ca The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Search "apiculture", "beekeeping" and "honey" for more information on the beekeeping industry in Ontario
www.statscan.ca Statistics Canada. Production and Value of Honey and Maple Products 2007, Catalogue no. 23-221-X
While in the Restoule tourist can also:
- Take a hike and have lunch at the Restoule Provincial Park
- Lunch at the Restoule Sports Park
- Visit other artisans or farms
- Visit a deer yard (in Golden Valley)
We can help to make these arrangements.