Author Archives: Marshall's Honey

Oregon’s “Solar Apiary” Produces Energy and Pollinator Habitats

Oregon’s “Solar Apiary” Produces Energy and Pollinator Habitats

Large scale solar farms offer an environmentally-friendly alternative to old fuel-burning power plants, but they don’t always make the most efficient use of the land on which they’re built. In many cases, these solar farms are constructed on acres of monoculture grass that replace agricultural lands and habitats for local wildlife. Recently, however, some solar… Continue Reading

Find Us on These Popular Barter Networks

Find Us on These Popular Barter Networks

Interested in purchasing some of the natural honey products from Marshall’s Farm for your small business? We participate in two popular barter networks that allow small business owners to exchange goods without spending their hard-earned cash. These networks are designed to help businesses increase their profits by trading surplus products for other products they might… Continue Reading

Is Honey Kosher?

Is Honey Kosher?

If you adhere to a kosher diet, you may be wondering whether or not you can eat the honey from Marshall’s Farm. After all, honey is an animal product derived from a non-kosher species, right? Well, sort of. Although honey is made by bees, it’s not technically an animal secretion. Bees make honey by sucking… Continue Reading